Chapel Hill Museum

Former museum facade
The West Gallery
The East Gallery
The Gift Shop

Local cultural and historical museum in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Town in Orange, Durham and Chatham counties in the U.S. state of North Carolina.

A mural at Amber Alley between Franklin and Rosemary streets
Chapel Hill fire truck, painted with the colors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Sorrell building on Franklin Street has housed a movie theater (currently called the Varsity Theatre) since its construction in 1927.
UNC's wooded campus buffers the town center

In 1993, the town celebrated its bicentennial and founded the Chapel Hill Museum.

Franklin Street (Chapel Hill)

Prominent thoroughfare in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Franklin Street streetscape
The Varsity Theatre is a prominent landmark on Franklin Street.
East Franklin Street crosswalk

Green's career is documented in the exhibition "The Paul Green Legacy" at the Chapel Hill Museum, at 523 E. Franklin Street.

James Taylor

American singer-songwriter and guitarist.

Taylor in March 2000
Taylor in the early 1970s
At Winterfest, 1985
Taylor in concert at DeVos Hall, Grand Rapids, Michigan – April 2006
Taylor performing at Tanglewood in 2008
Taylor in April 2011
Taylor and Carole King performing "You've Got a Friend" together during their Troubadour Reunion Tour in 2010
Taylor at the October 16, 2011, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial dedication concert
Kim and James Taylor in 2020
Taylor and Smedvig in September 2008
James Taylor Bridge, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Taylor performing with Vince Gill (right) and Amy Grant (left) at Tanglewood in 2011.

2003: The Chapel Hill Museum in Chapel Hill, North Carolina opened a permanent exhibit dedicated to Taylor. At the same occasion the US-15-501 highway bridge over Morgan Creek, near the site of the Taylor family home and mentioned in Taylor's song "Copperline", was named in honor of Taylor.

Music of North Carolina

Known particularly for its history of old-time music.

James Taylor Bridge, Chapel Hill
Frank Clyde Brown records a North Carolina folk artist using his personal ediphone. This ediphone is now housed in the Rubenstein Library at Duke University.

The Chapel Hill Museum opened a permanent exhibit dedicated to Taylor; at the same occasion the US-15-501 highway bridge over Morgan Creek, near the site of the Taylor family home and mentioned in Taylor's song "Copperline", was dedicated to Taylor.

List of museums in North Carolina

List of museums, defined for this context as institutions that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their collections or related exhibits available for public viewing.

Chapel Hill Museum, Chapel Hill, closed in 2010