The museum exhibits at Guilford Courthouse NMP provide our visitors with information on the American Revolution, the battle, the campaign and the people involved. You will find displays of weaponry, military equipment, everyday items, musical instruments and information on soldiers, women, Quakers, commanders and the aftermath of the battle and the meaning of the War for Independence. At times, the museum may feature special exhibits or displays.
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Did You Know?
The British commander in the Battle of Guilford Court House, Lieutenant General Charles, Second Earl Cornwallis, while sitting as a member of the House of Lords, had voted against the Stamp Act and all the other Parliamentary measures that led to the outbreak of the Revolutionary War?