One History,
Many Voices

Discover the Palace

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Experience Tryon Palace

History is More Than a Story…
It’s an Experience!

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What to See

Participate in a living history experience like no other – one that uniquely blends cutting-edge technology with the events, stories, and people of centuries past.
By The Numbers
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Capitol for Two Governments

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Galleries & Exhibits

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Years of History to Explore!

Plan Your Visit

To fully experience all of the history available at Tryon Palace, you’re going to need a time machine. Luckily for you, we have one.

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Get Involved

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Give Your Time

There are volunteer opportunities to fit every interest and schedule. From guiding tours to working in the gardens, or helping with decorations during the holidays, we offer opportunities for every interest.

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Become a Part of the Family

Your membership brings North Carolina’s history to life.

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