Experience Downtown Graham

Graham is home to Alamance Arts, Alamance County’s non-profit where there is a commitment to shape the cultural identity of Alamance County by making art a tangible presence in the lives of its citizens.

Preview attractions in Graham and plan to come experience them in person soon!

Children’s Museum of Alamance County

Embracing Peace

Graham Historical Museum

Haw River Canoe & Kayak Access


View a calendar of events going on in Graham NC.

View the historical landmarks to experience around Graham NC.

  1. Sesquicentennial Park (former Patterson Building)
  2. Wrike Drug Store
  3. L. B. Holt Store Company (former)
  4. Graham Sporting Goods (former)
  5. Alco Theater Building
  6. Theater and Barber Shop
  7. Scott Building
  8. Retail Shops
  9. Vestal Hotel
  10. Trollinger Hotel
  11. Harden House
  12. Gleaner Building
  13. Mont-White Theater (former)
  14. Former Graham Post Office
  15. Graham Presbyterian Church
  16. Captain J.N. Williamson House
  17. Isley Knitting Mills
  18. W.J. Nicks Store
  19. Holt-Scott General Store
  20. National Bank of Alamance
  21. Old Graham Fire Department
  22. Christo Cola Bottling Works
  23. Paris Building
  24. Alamance County Courthouse
  25. Confederate Memorial

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Graham is 0.6 miles from Interstate 40/85 and easy days drive for most North Carolinians.  It was incorporated as a town in 1851, became a city in 1961.  It was named for Willilam Alexander Graham, U.S. Senator from North Carolina (1840-1843) and governor of North Carolina (1845 – 1849).  

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