Horace Williams House

www.preservationchapelhill.org

Hours & Seasons

  • Seasons - Year Round, except first 2 weeks in Aug
  • Hours - Tue-Fri 10 am-4pm, Sun 1-4 pm

Address

  • 610 E. Rosemary St.

    Chapel Hill,    

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The only historic house open to the public in Chapel Hill. Visitors to the home will enjoy exhibits, an art gallery, and education programs. Admission is free.

It was built in 1854 by UNC Professor Benjamin Hedrick and was also home to Professor Hildred Hosea Smith, President George Winston, and Professor Henry Horace Williams. It was built in the Greek Revival style by John Berry, a famous local builder, and a labor force of free and enslaved African Americans. The building is now the offices of Preservation Chapel Hill, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving historic structures and places in Chapel Hill.

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Address:

610 E. Rosemary St.
Chapel Hill NC 27514

Coordinates:

Latitude: 35° 55' 4.44" / Longitude: -79° 2' 42.7194"

Special Directions:

I-40 Exit 270. Travel south on 15-501, merge right onto Franklin Street. Turn right onto Boundary Lane and right on Rosemary Street. Parking lot is on the right.

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