High Point Museum
The High Point Museum is dedicated to sharing Greater High Point’s history, providing perspective for current issues, and strengthening the sense of community. Our work is guided by our core values of connection, diversity, fun, and innovation.
Adjacent to the High Point Museum is our Historical Park which features three historic buildings including the John Haley House (1786), the Hoggatt House (1801) and a working blacksmith shop (1841). Centered among the three structures is a historically authentic herb garden, featuring many commonly recognized herbs. Visitors can discover how herbs were used for treating illnesses, dyeing cloth, deodorizing rooms and repelling bugs.
In addition to the Historical Park properties, the Museum maintains three off-site structures.
Admission is free.