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The museum is a nineteenth century house-museum depicting the life of textile pioneer Edwin Michael Holt through period room settings and docent-hosted tours. The upper floor is devoted to rotating and temporary exhibits such as Alamance County quilts, Native American artifacts, traditional pottery, antique clothing and antique toys, nineteenth century military artifacts, and many other exhibits dealing with aspects of local history. Guided tour includes period outbuildings, summer kitchen, family cemetery and the outdoor gardens.  

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  • Hours of Operation: Tuesday-Friday: 9am-4pm; Saturday: 10:30am-4pm; Sunday: 1pm-4pm. Closed Mondays and major holidays.
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  • Admission: Free