The Granville Museum is owned and operated by
the Granville County Historical Society, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We operate through memberships, donations,
sponsorships, obtaining grants, and fundraising events. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Our two adjacent exhibit spaces, seen below,
are located in Historic Downtown Oxford, NC.

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❄️ The Granville Museum has prepared another raffle basket in perfect timing for the holidays! Featured in this basket are 17 Granville County ornaments, all valued at $150. Come by the Harris Exhibit Hall to buy a ticket for only $5! Drawing day will be Thursday December 19th! ❄️

Ornaments featured: Southern Railway Depot, St. John’s College, Oxford Bicentennial, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Granville County Courthouse, John Penn, C.G. Credle School, The Mill at Hill Airy, Richard Thornton Library, Brantwood Hospital, Southern Railway System (in memory of Curt Tillotson Jr.), Oxford City Hall, Granville County Tobacco Barn, Granville Museum (Granville history building in 1860s jail), Camp Butner Memorial Statue, Granville County Flag, Harris Exhibit Hall (Granville Museum building in old freezer locker)
Granville County Historical Society
Open House Tour
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This space houses the History of Granville County exhibit,
with a movie, artifacts and information
about all aspects of our county.


The Harris Exhibit Hall is located in the
1946 Freezer Locker Plant.This space houses the main office of the museum and hosts rotating exhibits covering a variety of subjects.
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Checks payable to:
Granville County Historical Society
Mailing address:
PO Box 1433,
Oxford, NC  27565