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History with Flavor

Art flavor that is....this historic building is nicely done and one may wander from room to room... read more

Reviewed August 16, 2015
Joanne H
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Opelika, Alabama
Home office of the Chapel Hill Preservation Society

I've been inside several times for various functions. It's a beautiful, old house, but I've always... read more

Reviewed July 7, 2015
jainsea
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Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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Reviewed June 12, 2015

The Horace Williams House is a small but beautiful historic house with garden in Chapel Hill, with interesting art exhibits.

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Reviewed April 30, 2015

This historic building is worth a visit just to see the inside of the house and walk around outside. There are regular exhibits of artwork, often by local and regional artists. I haven't been to an event there, but I have exhibited art and there is a caveat to be able to leave open space for events. It's a very popular spot for North Carolina weddings - particularly beautiful in spring.

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Reviewed March 18, 2015

The egg hunt at the Horace Williams house is a lot of fun for little kids. It is free and there are lots of fun games for the kids to play once they finish hunting for eggs.

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Reviewed January 30, 2014

This beautiful house on Franklin St. brilliantly showcases Chapel Hill's historic background by providing a quaint and charming experience for its visitors. The house itself is a town landmark. I visited for just under an hour and I learned so much! Truly a must see for history buffs!!

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Reviewed January 9, 2013

A big rambling house that seems to have belonged to a well-to-do professor of philosophy. Good venue for weddings.

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