1891 Bragg Street
Sanford, NC 27330
Phone: (919) 842-5600
Fax: (919) 842-5567
1891 Bragg Street, Sanford, NC, US, 27330
- Phone: (919) 842-5600
- Fax: (919) 842-5567
Temple Theatre is located at Sanford, North Carolina. It was built by Mr. Robert Ingram in the year 1925 C.E. The theater was built in the Colonial Revival style of architecture with richly painted walls and ornate ceiling. There is also an old-fashioned orchestra pit which is currently used by musicians and can also be converted into a large stage area. The temple is a cultural center and there are cultural shows and festivals throughout the year.
House in the Horseshoe was built in 1772 in a Coastal lowlands style of architecture. This historic home was the battleground of the clash between loyalists and patriot militiamen, and is now a museum. One of the most popular draws here is the re-enactment of revolutionary war battles that takes place annually.
Covering 680-acres in Southwestern Wake County, this park is the largest in the Wake County Parks and Recreation system and offers excellent fishing, in both the lake and farm ponds, hiking and mountain bike trails, a volleyball court, horseshoes, and a children's playground.
The Samuel Bartley Holleman House is a monumental home situated in the New Hill vicinity in North Carolina. It was built in 1913. The home is predominantly a two-and-a-half story building and is brilliantly structured. It stands as a fine model of the Queen Anne and the Colonial Revival styles of architecture. The home spans over a land area of 1.5 acres (0.61 hectares). It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located in Lillington, North Carolina, Summerville Presbyterian Church and Cemetery was first constructed in 1811. Being destroyed by lightning, it was rebuilt in 1848. The architectural design of the church makes it worth the visit. Added to the National Register of Historic Sites in 1985, this attraction should not be missed.
This historic courthouse is an integral part of the historical heritage of Pittsboro town. Though it was damaged owing to fire in 2010, the courthouse was completely restored and renovated. One of its room houses the Chatham Historical Museum that chronicles the history of Chatham.