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At this museum you will learn the history of the Wake Forest College (1834) prior to it's move to Winston-Salem. The exhibits cover the law school, the med school, and the sports programs (Arnold Palmer went there). We like to self-tour (to move at our...More
We took our grand kids here to learn about the town where they live. It's located in the beautiful historic area of WF. The museum was very interesting and the staff helpful. Our visit started with a short video which told of the beginning of...More
A great place about WF history. The people work there are very kind and friendly! If you schedule a tour, they will detail introduce you this city. Really enjoy the tour! Thanks for everyone works there!
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As a 60-year-old native of the area (I grew up near Rolesville) now living elsewhere, I was in Wake Forest and had a couple free hours before meeting my brother for a round of golf. So I decided to visit the Wake...More
Small museum but don't let that fool you - it's full of lots of information and historical items that tell the story of Wake Forest when the college was here. Beautiful gardens and friendly people. Worth a visit!
This is a very small museum but really well done tells the history of Wake Forest College (now Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem) and the town of Wake Forest. The best thing about it is it's free. There is a lot of memorabilia of the...More