Who were the Very Important People at Tryon Palace? Home to Royal Governors Tryon and Martin, Tryon Palace was the seat of government during tumultuous times.
Join the North Carolina Museum of History and Tryon Palace as we go behind the scenes and explore some history, spaces, and things associated with this colonial site and learn more about the people who called this area home.
Your guides will be Museum of History educator Sally Bloom and Tryon Palace educators Amber Satterthwaite and Sharon Bryant. Registration is free.
Due to the filming, the Tryon Palace grounds and Governor's Palace will be closed on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 until noon.
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