Located in the Florance-Gatewood House (circa 1822), the Richmond-Miles Museum offers displays and artifacts of Caswell history. The museum is open from noon to 4 pm Wednesday through Friday and other hours by appointment. Yanceyville’s courthouse square is legendary for it’s history from the revolutionary war to the present. During the early 1800’s, both the speaker of the North Carolina House and the President Pro Tem of the North Carolina Senate resided in Caswell County. Caswell has been home to Congressman, scholars, writers and a scoundrel or two.
Drop by the Chamber of Commerce Office upstairs in the Richmond-Miles Museum and get a driving tour brochure. Spend an afternoon adventuring into the past in one of North Carolina’s most historic counties.