Magnolia Grove Historic House Museum

1002 Hobson St.
Greensboro, AL 36744- Map It
(334) 624-8618

AAA Editor Notes

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