Joel Lane Museum House, 160 South Saint Mary’s Street in Raleigh, has the mission of bringing American history to life. The Joel Lane House was built circa 1769 and today is an award-winning Heritage site.
On Monday, July 4th, 2022, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., there will be a free open house in honor of Independence Day.
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You’ll see re-enactors, listen to live music and enjoy crafts and activities for all ages.
The bottom floor of the historic house will be open to walk through, with docents stationed in each room. Learn about the oldest house in Wake County and about the history of Raleigh.
Free lemonade and ice cream will be available as long as supplies last.
This event is free to the public – no tickets needed.
Keep up to date by joining the Facebook event.
More 4th of July Events in the Triangle
Read about all the July 4th fireworks, celebrations and parades in the Triangle. Or look at a quick list here: