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Magnolia Grove Historic House Museum is at 1002 Hobson St., at the w. end of Greensboro's historic district at jct. Main St. and US 14. This two-story Greek Revival structure was built about 1840 by the wealthy planter Col. Isaac Croom and later was the boyhood home of Croom's great-nephew, Richmond Pearson Hobson, a hero of the Spanish-American War. The house is furnished with original pieces belonging to the Croom and Hobson families.

$7; $5 (students and military with ID and senior citizens); $4 (ages 6-18).
Thurs.-Sat. 10-4; other times by appointment. Closed state holidays. Allow 45 minutes minimum.
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