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Old Waynesborough accepted for NC Birding Trail

2016-06-25T22:15:05+00:00

We are pleased to announce that the North Carolina Birding Trail has accepted Old Waynesborough as an official birding site. The group is a partnership between various organizations and agencies and has designated important bird

Old Waynesborough accepted for NC Birding Trail 2016-06-25T22:15:05+00:00

Hay Barn

2016-08-04T20:36:55+00:00

This structure was located on a Wayne County farm and was brought to Old Waynesborough in 1990.  It is an excellent example of a late 1800’s hay barn or corn crib commonly found in eastern

Hay Barn 2016-08-04T20:36:55+00:00

The Pavilion

2016-06-21T02:38:44+00:00

This structure is located along the main driveway leading to the Visitors Center.  It was constructed in 2006 to accommodate family outings, community functions, outdoor weddings and private parties.  Periodically, musical concerts are performed for

The Pavilion 2016-06-21T02:38:44+00:00

Blacksmith Shop

2016-06-16T00:35:03+00:00

This building is a replica of a blacksmith facility that would have existed during the 1800’s.  The shop is constructed using native cypress wood.  The building’s floor is paved with old brick.  The interior contains

Blacksmith Shop 2016-06-16T00:35:03+00:00

Hatch House

2016-06-16T01:19:12+00:00

When the State of North Carolina opened Waynesborough State Park on May 16, 1986, a dwelling was shortly thereafter erected to house the ranger assigned to oversee park operations.  When the State property was transferred

Hatch House 2016-06-16T01:19:12+00:00

Pomona Grange Museum

2016-06-16T01:04:13+00:00

The Salem Grange #327 was chartered as an organization in 1874.  The Pomona Grange building was constructed in 1890 along Salem Church Road in northwestern Wayne County.  It is believed that this structure originally functioned

Pomona Grange Museum 2016-06-16T01:04:13+00:00