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NC Sports Hall of Fame Exhibit Tour

Take a tour of the NC Sports Hall of Fame, which will show artifacts from Mary Garber, Marty Sheets, Page Marsh, Arnold Palmer, General Crowder, Clyde King, Hap Perry, Billy Cox, Kathy McMillan, Dale Earnhardt, Lee and Richard Petty, Ernie Barnes, Eddie Bridges, Dr. Lenox Baker, Kay Yow, Meadowlark Lemon, Murray Greason and Phil Ford.

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2019 NC Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Memorabilia

2019 NC Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Memorabilia

2018 NC Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Memorabilia

NC Museum of History

The NC Museum of History is located in downtown Raleigh, between the Capitol and the Legislative Building, at 5 East Edenton Street. The main entrance faces Bicentennial Plaza pedestrian mall linking Jones Street and Edenton Street.

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​​​​​​​Hours & Admission

Monday through Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m. Admission is free!


From the North or East: Take the Capital Boulevard exit off I-440 north of Raleigh. Follow the Capital Boulevard (downtown) designation. Continue south approximately two miles and turn left onto Jones Street. Go three blocks. The museum is on the right.

From the West or South: Off I-440, take the Person Street exit. Proceed north for two miles. Turn left onto Edenton Street. Go three blocks. The museum is on the right.


Four public parking decks sit within two blocks of the Museum of History. Also, the Jones/Edenton Street lot behind the museum offers a small number of spaces ($2 per hour; free parking on weekends). Limited metered parking is available along Jones Street and Edenton Street (free parking on weekends).


Buses and passenger vans may park in the Blount/Jones Street lot as space allows. In advance of your trip, please contact the Capital Area Visitor Services at 919-807-7950 for additional information on bus parking.


The North Carolina Museum of History is committed to providing a rewarding and enjoyable experience for all visitors. Large-print brochures and sign language interpreters are available (please allow three days’ notice for interpreters). To ensure that our guides make the best use of your group’s time, please inform us of any special needs your group may have.

Wheelchair Access

A wheelchair ramp is located on the Edenton Street side of the museum’s main entrance (facing Bicentennial Plaza). Wheelchairs are available free of charge at the museum information desk.

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