Tannenbaum Historic Park, adjacent to the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, gives visitors the opportunity to learn about 18th century farm life. The park centers on the restored farmstead of Joseph Hoskins. During the hours leading up to the historic Revolutionary War battle, fought March 15, 1781, the farm served as a staging area for British troops. In addition to the house, kitchen, and barn, the site also includes the Colonial Heritage Center, with exhibits depicting life before, during, and after the battle and original paintings by noted military artist Dale Galleon. A museum store and picnic grounds are also located at the Park. Tannenbaum is about six miles northwest of downtown Greensboro, off Battleground Avenue. It is open Tuesday-Sunday.
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