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Harmony Hall is the only house of historical significance left standing in Kinston, North Carolina. The site was built in 1772 by Jesse Cobb and his wife, Elizabeth Heritage Cobb, and has served as a residence to prominent historical figures of...more
We came to Kinston with another couple for the weekend and enjoyed doing this on Saturday morning. There is a lot of history here and do not miss the one room school house in back. If you like old homes and history this is definitely...More
Harmony Hall is a beautiful landmark in downtown Kinston. Inside you'll find antique and some reproduction furnishings. If you're interested in doll collecting, there is a collection upstairs you'll enjoy. The docent was very knowledgeable of the history of the home. The site is manned...More
Several note worthy citizens of Kinston lived in this house including North Carolina’s first elected governor. We were greeted with a tour guide of the house and what was most notable was the fact that one of the owners, John Pebbles and his family were...More
A beautiful home with impressive history. We did not realize that is was used to house our state records and meetings by our first governor during the Revolutionary War. The house features 18th and 19th century furnishings. It is a hidden gem here in Kinston,...More
A really nice piece of history conveniently located for the visitor. A very pleasant docent that provided an insight as to the historical importance during the Civil war . A good place to visit for history buffs.
We arrived at 10:15 am on Wednesday, October 5, within the hours that the sign on the porch and their web site said it was open. But it was locked, with no sign of life anywhere around. It is run by volunteers. There is a...More
Harmony Hall is the only house of historical significance left standing in Kinston, North Carolina.
The site was built in 1772 by Jesse Cobb and his wife, Elizabeth Heritage Cobb, and has served as a residence to prominent historical figures of Lenoir County.