Historical Resources and Museum Program
The HRM Program oversees operations and programs at Mordecai Historic Park, the City of Raleigh Museum, the Raleigh Trolley, the Pope House, the Latta House and University Site, the Tucker House, the Borden Building and Stone Circle at Fletcher Park, and the Fred Fletcher Amphitheater.
Time Warp Party at the City of Raleigh Museum
Time Warp is the annual fundraiser for the COR Museum, that celebrates the City of Raleigh, its people and the museum that captures Raleigh's story. Time Warp 2013 is hosted by the Friends of the COR Museum and is co-chaired by Heather Allen and Lauren Eney. This year, Time Warp also celebrates the 20th anniversary of the COR Museum. All proceeds benefit the programs and exhibits of the museum.
Time Warp 2013 will take place on Saturday, June 1 from 6-10pm at the COR Museum located at 220 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh NC 27601.
Guests will enjoy a fun-filled evening of music, food, and dancing. A Silent and Live Auction will be at the heart of the event. Guests will be able to bid on amazing local and national items while celebrating Raleigh's past, present, and future!
You can participate in the Time Warp annual fundraiser by purchasing tickets, donating items for bid, or providing sponsorship. Tickets are available in advance for $50 to COR Members and $65 for non-museum members. Tickets go on sale May 1, 2013!
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Fred Fletcher park is home to the historic Borden Building. The Borden Building is one of two remaining buildings on the former campus of the Methodist Home for Children. Built in 1900, the building is available for special event rentals.
Find out more about the Borden Building
City of Raleigh Museum
Fred Fletcher Amphitheater
Fred Flethcer Amphitheater is located in Fred Fletcher Park, close to the historic Borden Building. The Amphitheater can accommodate up to 300 people and is available for special event rentals.Find out more about Fred Fletcher Amphitheater
Historic Raleigh Trolley
Historic Raleigh Trolley Tours depart from Mordecai Historic Park every Saturday March through December. The trolley can also be rented for special events and charter tours.Find out more about the Raleigh Trolley
Latta House and University Site
The Latta House and University Site is located in the historic Oberlin neighborhood, this two acre site was home to the Reverend M.L. Latta House and Latta University founded in 1892. Unfortunately, the Latta House was destroyed by fire in 2007.
Find out more about the Latta House and University Site
Mordecai Historic Park
Mordecai Historic Park is home to some of Raleigh's greatest historic treasures including the Mordecai House ca. 1785 and the Birthplace of Andrew Johnson. Mordecai Historic Park offers tours, events, field trips, trolley tours, and much more.Find out more about Mordecai Historic Park
The Tucker House, located in historic Oakwood, is a beautiful early twentieth-century home available for meetings, weddings, receptions, and parties.Find out more about the Tucker House
Pope House Museum
Built in 1901, the Pope House Museum is the only African-American house museum in the state of North Carolina. The house museum features original furnishings and artifacts giving insight into a remarkable man and family. The museum is open for free tours on Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Last tour starts at 2:00 PM.
Find out more about the Pope House Museum
Join us as a Volunteer!
Volunteers are always needed at our historic sites and museums. The opportunities are open to everyone and volunteers are an essential part of our success! Visit the HRMP Volunteer Page.