Explore beautiful Franklin Street and learn about how the village of Chapel Hill and the University of North Carolina developed and grew together over the centuries. Franklin Street is part of the Chapel Hill National Historic District and the Franklin-Rosemary Local Historic District. Tour begins at the Horace Williams House (610 E. Rosemary) Tour is primarily on sidewalks. Tour is $5 per person (tax included), no reservation necessary. Free parking is available. For more info visit http://www.preservationchapelhill.org/
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