Places to Love
Sesquicentennial Park is a small gazebo-like park at the North West corner of Court Square in downtown Graham. Sesquicentennial Park, often referred to as a pocket park, is 2,500 square feet, brick courtyard inviting downtown visitors to stop and take a seat. There is a commemorative bell featured in the center of the park. The bell is from the original court house circa 1859. The Bell is owned by the Crissman family, but is loaned to the park. Other than the bell, there are stone benches around the edge of the park with flowerbeds.
You are invited to come and visit our spaces that give Graham unique character. You have an open invitation to experience our city that circles a square.
We look forward to your visit and remind you write about your experience. No need to keep our location a secret, we are open for tourist and visitors from all over.
No two visits will be the same, come spend the day, stroll our streets, shop, eat at our restaurants and be entertained by the week’s featured movie or the music at the local pub. See you soon!