Harmony Hall Plantation is the 1760's era home of Col. James Richardson on the Cape Fear River. The plantation today is home to several buildings that span the years from the home's origin to 1900-including a one-room school which operated in Bladen County during the last quarter of the nineteenth century. History comes alive at Harmony Hall!With our world travel planner, White Oak attractions like Harmony Hall Plantation can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
Harmony Hall is owned by Harmony Hall Plantation Village, Inc. and is operated and maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers. The home place has been on the National Register of Historic Landmarks since 1972.
Our funding comes through donations to our program. Harmony Hall Plantation Village Inc. holds a 501(c)3 tax exemption and we will graciously accept your donation of any amount to continue preservation efforts and education. To mail your donation, please send it to ATTN: HHPV, Inc
C/O E. Melvin, 3401 Old Why 41, Bladenboro, NC28320
Harmony Hall Plantation reviews
We visited Harmony Hall to take our dog for a hike on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail. Harmony Hall is one of the oldest residences in North Carolina, built in the 1760s by Colonel James Richardson. The.... more »
We have visited the Harmony Hall Plantation several times and enjoyed the visit every time. The main home is very well maintained and the volunteers have a wealth of information about the property... more »
A little piece of history Nestled away. The committee in charge are super friendly. And the lady they have dressing up every 2nd weekend of the month is the most AWESOME woman EVER. (Ok. Little biased, shes my high school history teacher🤣🤣) but it was fun for my kids to see. My oldest feel in love with the history of the place, my youngest feel in love with the nature there. Even got to try rattlesnake meat while we were there. New experience that's for sure.
Harmony Hall Plantation Village is located at 1615 River Road in White Oak, NC near Tar Heel, NC. Donated historic structures line the short road to the main structure. The original structure was built around 1760 by Colonel James Richardson. Family records claim British General Lord Cornwallis commandeered the house on his way to to Wilmington during the Revolutionary war. A scenic nature trail leading to the river is being built along with campsites set back in the woods. There are facilities with power and running water on site. Due to limited resources, bring your own lunch as there are no refreshments for sale on site. Furthermore, long pants and suitable shoes are recommended.
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