Orange County Historical Museum
Open Tues-Sat., 11am-4 pm, Sun., 1-4pm. Located on the site of North Carolina’s 1788 Constitutional convention, the museum interprets the history of Orange County from pre-settlement period through the 1950s. Its collection includes the only complete set of Colonial weights and measures in the U.S. and the desk of Governor Thomas Burke. A second-floor gallery features special exhibits on local history. Free, but donations accepted.