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An imposing three-story Terracotta, neo-classic revival building located on a hexagonal plot in the center of Graham's commercial district. Designed in 1924 by Harry Barton, a noted architect of the period, the structure replaced the original brick courthouse built in 1849. Sophistacated and richly detailed, the Alamance County Courthouse is the most prominent┬álandmark in Graham. Its scale, style, and materials blend well with the town's commercial buildings, many of which are contemporaries of the courthouse.   Admission : FreeHours : Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm for inside viewing

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  • Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm for inside viewing.
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  • Admission: Free.