Tracing its origin to 1779, Warrenton was named after a Revolutionary War hero of Bunker Hill, Dr. Joseph Warren. Warrenton maintained that revolutionary and pioneer spirit by encouraging a classical liberal arts education for both young boys and girls. Experiences are designed to allow boys and girls to participate in daily activities from the 1800s. Come dig and unearth the fascinating history of Warrenton as revealed in its preserved structures still in use today.
An 1855 Italianate home once used as the workshop of the prolific NC builder Jacob Holt.
North Carolina’s largest quilt store and training center.
At your own pace, view North Carolina’s most extensive inventory of antebellum architecture in one place.