The district contains a variety of historic commercial buildings, restaurants, retail shops and a movie theater, all centered around the Historic Alamance County Courthouse. This quaint area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a locally designated district. Graham's downtown area contains a variety of architectural styles ranging from the 1850's to the 1940's. These styles reflect Graham's changing character and are a visible link between the present city and its historic orgins. Take exit 147 off of I-85/40 for all downtown Graham locations and head North on Main Street. Public places of interest include: Alamance County Courthouse, The Graham Historical Museum, Alamance County Arts Council/Captain James and Emma Holt White House, Sesquicentennial Park, and Veterans' Memorial Marker.
Saturday December 3-Saturday December 3
51st Annual Graham Christmas Parade
The parade, sponsored by the Graham Area Business Association...