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 Granville County Historical Society, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that operates a museum in downtown Oxford.

The mueum is composed of two buildings, the Granville History building and the Harris Exhibit Hall, as a whole the museum is refered to as the "Granville Museum."

Both buildings are admission-free, parking is available in front of the Harris Exhibit Hall, and each building has handicap-accessible entrances.

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Located on 1 Museum Lane is the...


This space houses the main office of the museum, three exhibits rooms, a conference room, archival storage, and souvenirs. 
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Located on 110 Court Street in the heart of the City of Oxford's Historical District is...

​​​​​​​​​​​​The Granville History Building
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 This building features a permanent state-of-the-art exhibit on Granville County's rich history and culture. 

The Granville Museum is OPEN Tuesday - Thursday 10 am - 4 pm.

For tours outside our usual hours of operation or school group tours please contact us at least 2 weeks in advance to schedule.

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NOW SHOWING THROUGH NOVEMBER IN THE
HARRIS EXHIBIT HALL!


Lake Country Artisans Guild exists to promote artistic/creative expression in Virginia, North Carolina, and beyond. The goal of the Lake Country Artisan's Guild is to encourage interaction among artisans, further art development, and advance regional fine arts and craftsmanship by fostering and promoting the work of the members and providing opportunities for many area artists.


Become a member or donate to the Granville County Historical Society to support the local museum. All donations are tax - dedictible. If you have questions please contact us.