Built in 1820, what is now the North House Museum has long held a place of prominence along Washington Street. Originally constructed for John North, a prominent lawyer in early eighteenth century Lewisburg, it was later a tavern and inn, and even later a residence for the local college president. It’s now the keeper of “the story” -- housing Greenbrier County artifacts, archives and family tree.
To learn more about the region's history, be sure to plan a visit to the museum. Free interpretive tours of life in Greenbrier Valley are depicted in the period furnishings, clothing and temporary exhibits on display throughout the home. Donations are much appreciated.
HOURS: Mon-Sat 10:00am-4:00pm