Plan a historical visit to the Wilson Historical Museum! The Wilson Historical Museum is dedicated to preserving the past and promoting the future of the town of Wilson and the surrounding communities. The Museum is housed in the Dr. Darling/Wilson Post-Democrat building built in 1926, one of the oldest surviving early-day Wilson buildings.
The primary purpose of the Museum is to record the life and times of Wilson and the surrounding communities. Many artifacts in the Museum were used by individual living in and around Wilson. During your visit to the Museum, be sure to check all of the walls as many of them have been decoupaged with ad, articles, and headlines from Wilson papers from 1915 to 1950!
The Wilson Historical Museum hosts a Historical Society Meeting and Pot-luck lunch the first Wednesday of every month. Visitors are encouraged to attend to learn even more about Wilson and the surrounding communities.
Tours during hours not listed above are available by appointment.