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Preserving Our History
Sharing Our Story

#ThrowbackThursday, photograph of South Main Street looking North towards the crossroads. Dobson's Tavern, where Cake and All Things Yummy is today, can be seen straight ahead. This photograph was on a postcard that was mailed in 1908.

The Museum is currently closed for maintenance. A date for reopening has not yet been established. Please continue to check back here for updates. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The Kernersville Museum Foundation is dedicated to preserving the history of our unique town. Do you have a story to tell about our town or an artifact to share? If so, please contact us so that we can get more information.


There are many ways to connect with the Kernersville Museum Foundation. Follow us on Facebook for timely updates on events and other activity here at the museum.


In 2013 the Town of Kernersville and the Kernersville Historic Preservation Society entered into an agreement to establishing a new Kernersville Museum. The Kernersville Museum Foundation was formed that year, and a Board of Directors was installed in early 2014. The Museum is located at the late 1800s David Bodenhamer House, commonly known as the Bellamy House, which is located at 127 West Mountain Street. The donation of the Bellamy House, by John and Bobbie Wolfe, represents an opportunity for the citizens of Kernersville to preserve their stories and the Town’s roots. Families can come together to learn about Kernersville’s history and allow next generations to have hands-on experience.

The Museum is seen as a boost to Kernersville’s economy by increasing tourism over time. In addition to the House Museum, the Kernersville Museum Foundation also maintains the historically preserved Kernersville Depot.

Exciting new changes are underway for the future as we preserve the past and bring it to life for the Kernersville Community.


127 West Mountain Street

Kernersville, NC 27284

Main # 336-497-4869

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