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The Davidson County Historical Museum is a local history museum in Lexington, North Carolina. It is housed in the historic Davidson County Courthouse that was built around 1858 in the Greek Revival and Italianate Revival styles.

The Davidson County Historical Museum focuses on the history of the county of Davidson, chronicled and displayed through and with the use of several local artifacts (like the 1910 silk gown), photographs, and archival materials. The second floor court room is also an excellent display, being exceptionally intact with the original furnishing still in their proper places.

The Davidson County Historical Museum also offers other means to learn about the local history. They also host and sponsor educational and outreach programs. They also produce web resources and publications.
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City: Lexington
County: Davidson
Address: 2 South Main Street
Zip: 27292
Phone Number: (336) 242-2035 ‎
Category: Museum
Website: Davidson County
Historical Museum
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