Dedicated to preserving and sharing the century-old history of Wake Forest College (University) prior to its move to Winston-Salem in 1956. Includes a diverse array of exhibits illustrating how life was lived in the town and its college. Visitors interested in the history of Wake Forest College will find displays dedicated to the Medical School, Law School, and legendary sports programs and athletes. Never before seen documents, artifacts and memorabilia collections will tell the story of the town of Wake Forest, the Mill Village, Forestville, the Harricane and other surrounding areas.

The complex features the state-of-the-art museum and the Calvin Jones House (the oldest structure in Wake Forest) plus gardens and pathways.

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Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau

Wake County (2.27 miles)

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