Stop by to explore!
The Robeson County History Museum was organized in 1986 as the Robeson County Heritage Showcase under the auspices of Robeson County Bicentennial to preserve and share the history of Robeson County.
101 South Elm St.
Lumberton, NC 28358
Admission to permanent exhibitions is free; although, donations are greatly appreciated.
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 10: 00 AM to Noon
Sundays: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Special appointments are available. Call to make arrangements.
The museum is located conveniently two blocks from The Plaza, the center of downtown Lumberton. We are just behind the Robeson County Public Library. The museum is housed in the reconstructed historic Southern Express Building along the banks of the Lumber River.
A surface parking lot is located across from the main entrance of the museum. The lot is car and bus accessible.
The museum is just a short walk away from the Robeson County Public Library, the Exploration Station and a skip and a hop away from the Robeson County Arts Council. Looking for something else to do after your visit? Catch a show at the Carolina Civic Center, stop for dinner at Candy Sue's or take a stroll around Downtown Lumberton.
Out of town guests can find other local attractions by vising the Lumberton Visitors Bureau.