Museum of Forestry Undergoing Revovation

. March 1, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Museum of Forestry in Whiteville, NC is currently closed to the public for renovation. The projected reopening is Spring 2011.

The Museum, housed in a 17,226 sq. ft. former bank building on 1.9 acres of land in downtown Whiteville, celebrates the story of the natural history and cultural heritage of North Carolina forests. Features include a collection of North Carolina wood specimens collected in the late 1800’s, forest-related tools and prehistoric ground sloth bones collected in Columbus County. A North Carolina Tree Trail with fossil dig pit is located on the property.

North Carolina Museum of Forestry
415 South Madison Street
Whiteville, NC 28472
naturalsciences.org/

Category: Natural History

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