Historic Bethabara Park

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Historic Bethabara Park

Medicine Garden and nature preserve on site. In 1753, the first North Carolina Moravians settled here the founding site of Forsyth County. The park features costumed guides leading visitors through a 1788 furnished church.


Additionally, you can view two period buildings, a restored French-Indian War fort and restored medicinal garden. Greenways and paths traverse the 175-acre preserve and wetlands.

2147 Bethabara Road
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