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The obvious starting point of any visit to Hillsborough is the town's visitor center!

The ideal place to begin a tour of Hillsborough is at the visitor center, located in the Alexander... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2018
D2958ZXgarym
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King, United States
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Not only was the greeter friendly but she went out of her way to tell us what was going on. So much... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2017
Mike D
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High Point, North Carolina
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20 Feb 2018
“The obvious starting point of any visit to Hillsborough is the town's visitor center!”
22 Oct 2017
“Full of options”
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150 E King St, Suite 1C, Hillsborough, NC 27278-2685
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Reviewed 20 February 2018

The ideal place to begin a tour of Hillsborough is at the visitor center, located in the Alexander Dickson House. This mid-18th century farm house has historic importance in its own right. It is sometimes called “the last headquarters of the Confederacy” since it was...More

Thank D2958ZXgarym
Reviewed 22 October 2017

Not only was the greeter friendly but she went out of her way to tell us what was going on. So much to do, see & enjoy. It filled our day.perfect

Thank Mike D
Reviewed 29 March 2017

I have visited here several times. Each visit I was greeted by someone who was knowledgeable and friendly. A free informational video is available to view, informational pamphlets, and various tours are available. Special events are available in which tickets are available for purchase. If...More

Thank Marmadilla
Reviewed 17 January 2017

The Visitor's Center is a place to begin your walk. They have plenty of brochures of each event in Historic Hillsborough. Plus, they have an AVI room that will show you videos of the re-enactment of the Revolutionary War, in addition to all of the...More

Thank Betty E
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Whether it's history, shopping or a general overview of what Hillsborough has to offer, it's an ideal starting point for a visit to Hillsborough.

Thank NCnodrog
Reviewed 24 September 2016

Mike was very helpful and gave us a map of the downtown Hillsborough area. I really enjoyed the garden spot and the welcome pig on the front porch was so cute!

Thank DEERaleigh
Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

Visited the center to see what was happening while on the area. We were taken back in time as we sat in the bench on the front porch and looked at all the town had to offer. There is quite a bit of history throughout...More

Thank cowgirlup4293
Reviewed 30 August 2016 via mobile

A great way to jump into the history of Hillsborough and the surrounding area. Ask to watch the short video. Helpful historian on premises

Thank Catdad3x
Reviewed 18 May 2016

We are indeed fortunate to have this wonderful building relocated to this site which we now call the Visitor's Center. The staff are superior, and are truly dedicated to the preservation and success of our wonderful town. Do stop in and become steeped in the...More

Thank iloveocracoke
Reviewed 17 April 2016

The Hillsborough Visitor's Center should be the centerpiece of your tour of the Hillsborough Historic District. The center is on the corner of King St and Cameron St, 1 block off Churton St and is headquartered in a historic 19th century farmhouse that was moved...More

Thank banjoal
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