Robeson County History Museum

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Robeson County History Museum

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  • Seasons - Year-round
  • Hours - Call to schedule tour. Sunday 2 - 4pm Tue, Wed & Thur 10 am - noon


  • 101 S. Elm St.

    Lumberton,   NC   28358


The museum is housed in the reconstructed historic Southern Express Building along the banks of the Lumber River. The iron front building was constructed about 1910 across the street from the railroad depot by the late Governor Angus W. McLean in the heart of Lumberton’s business district. The museum highlights interesting events in Robeson County’s history with artifacts from early geological times to the present. Exhibits show the natural resources, transportation, agricultural, commercial, military, social and cultural history of the area. The museum’s goal is to tell the story of the county with permanent and changing exhibits

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101 S. Elm St.
Lumberton NC 28358


Latitude: 34° 37' 1.9194" / Longitude: -79° 0' 31.32"

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