The A.W. Ange House

This community museum and cultural center is included in the National Register of Historic Places. The 1901 Victorian house is spon-sored by the Winterville Historical & Arts Society, Inc., and the collec-tion houses over 1,000 artifacts. Open by appointment for groups.


The A.W. Ange House
2543 Church Street
Phone: 252-321-2660

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