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Easily accessible small museum in Fayetteville. Ample parking next to the building. Many interesting exhibits showing the history of Fayetteville from several perspectives. Well worth the stop! Restrooms on site as well as staff who are very willing to answer questions!
An interesting and apparently overlooked museum that tells the story of the region with exhibits and interesting written material. A visit includes a tour of the Victorian home of a wealthy brickmaker. The home is especially interesting because a family member lived in it until...More
Thank Robert G
Museum of the C, Curator of Education at Museum of Cape Fear, responded to this reviewResponded 4 June 2018
Thank you Robert for taking the time to review your visit , and for giving us a 5 rating. Hopefully, many others will see your review and come for a visit. Come back to visit us when you can.
We recently spent a few hours at the Museum of Cape Fear. It was two stories filled with many very-well-done exhibits on the history of the area. The displays were good, and very informational. A great way to spend a few hours in Fayetteville!
History buffs will certainly enjoy a visit to the Cape Fear Museum. While small, the displays are well done and include a large number of artifacts. The museum presents a good history of the Cape Fear regions and reflect well on the excellent work local...More