Bellamy Mansion Museum
28 locals recommend ·
About this place
The Bellamy Mansion is one of North Carolina's most spectacular examples of antebellum architecture built on the eve of the Civil War by free and enslaved black artisans, for John Dillard Bellamy physician, planter and business leader; and his wife, Eliza McIlhenny Harriss and their nine children.
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Interesting, Beautiful home with original slave quarters that you can walk through.
Educational and amazing, then go across the street to the Burgwin Wright House, as well as the Latimer House a few blocks south.
Bellamy Mansion is one of North Carolina's prime examples of antebellum architecture. Walk through the 10,000 square foot house, carriage house, and former slave quarters to take a first hand look at this unique piece of history.
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