Alamance County is full of interesting and fun places to see and experience. Whether it’s for your education, memories, or entertainment, Alamance County has something for you!
You can learn a lot more about the Alamance County area from the Burlington / Alamance County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Although we are providing links for further information, Alamance County neither endorses nor accepts responsibility for the places or websites listed here.
Alamance Battleground is the site of a pre-Revolutionary War battle between farmers and militiamen. It has a filmstrip / slide presentation, a small museum, and an example of an 18th Century Alamance area home. It is located on Highway 62, 6 miles south of Interstate 85/40, Exit 143.
A small museum dedicated to the history of Alamance County. It is located on Highway 62, 5 miles south of Interstate 85/40, Exit 143.
Cedarock Park and Historical FarmCedarock Park and Historical Farm is a small historical farm and large, rural park, owned and operated by Alamance County Parks and Recreation. Complete with trails, a waterfall, a fishing lake, and 2 disc golf courses, it is located about 1/2 mile off of Highway 49, about 6 miles south of Interstate 85/40, Exit 145.
The Depot, a souvenir of the railroad days, is located in the central business district and served as the arrival and departure point for those traveling by train. Built in the mid-1800s, the Depot was the hub of activity during the heyday of rail travel. Moved from its original location adjacent to the railroad tracks to its present site in 1978, it now serves as a meeting place for community groups and a site for special events and outdoor concerts. A pictorial in the activity room contains portraits of notable residents and depicts significant events that occurred in 1893, the City's date of incorporation, and each of the decades during its first century of existence. Painted by Rodney Moser, the murals were commissioned and presented in 1993.