"Great House" and Kitchen

The farmstead behind the main museum is a collection of century-old buildings donated by several people from the local community. The kitchen, house, smokehouse, and milk shed all came from a farm originally built by Iredell Brown in Micro, North Carolina. In 1982, Iredell's great-grandson donated the buildings to the museum. They were relocated to the Kenly site, restored, and now hold exhibits depicting rural Carolina farm life during the Depression era.

Exhibits Gallery

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