This is exactly what it says it is, the Greensboro Historical Museum. There are great displays of history related to the region from gowns belonging to former 1st Ladies, including local heroine Dolly Madison, to artifacts related to the growth of industry, to the significant Civil Rights activities in the area, to some beautiful wagons, autos, and other early transportation memorabilia. A centerpiece is the Dr. John Murray collection of Confederate long-arms mixed with other significant artifacts of the War Between the States. They have other articles of historical interest from items belonging to veterans of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse to local WW2 Air Corps p-51 Ace Major Preddy. There's something here for everyone. The seem to be under-staffed for the size and extent of collections, given the outdoor displays of historic structures that accompany the regular museum, but the folks who are there are helpful and knowledgeable.