Locating Downtown Graham

Downtown Graham is a unique destination offering something for everyone.  Graham attracts locals all of ages and invites visitors to come spend a day shopping, dinning and being entertain in a way you can only experience in our downtown.  Visitors delve into a town established in 1851 where historic preservation is present among the familiar and new establishments.  All day parking is accessible and available in City lots surrounding the downtown district within walking distance of only one block.  Start your exploration by dinning downtown!  There is a mix of the nostalgic burger joints and causal dinning.  If craft beer satisfies your taste buds be sure and stop in one of two of downtown’s one of a kind haunts.  Patrons of the arts are greeted on Main Street at the historic Captain James White and Emma Holt White house home to Alamance Arts for over twenty years.  Public art adorns the lawn, pocket park and continues in and around the community.  County and City employees gain the ability to both personal and business matters during the workday within a short walk of their work space.   All ages revel in all the annual downtown activities presented by Graham’s Recreation & Parks Department, Graham Area Businesses and community partners.

Come see all that #downtowngrahamnc has to offer!  Plan to spend the day and feel the love created here and established for over 150 years.  Love, Graham

Available Properties

The City of Graham is the county seat for Alamance and is a great place to start or expand a business. Downtown is .6 miles from the interstate, providing unique accessibility with a no-turn, straight shot entry into a compact, historic downtown.

Downtown Master Plan

In 2019 fourteen blocks identified as downtown Graham were collectively reviewed by Toole Design Group in support of downtown revitalization and redevelopment efforts, providing the foundation, detailed strategic vision, and direction for years to come.

Downtown Enhancement

Much of Graham's downtown is contained within the historic district. Historic preservation is a priority and is supported under by the guidance of Graham's Historic Resources Commission.