Historical Museum and Indian Village of Grifton

437A Creekshore Dr
Grifton, NC 28530


The Grifton Historical Museum has its on history. The museum is housed in a brick building that was first a Methodist Church. Later, before school intergration, Grifton's African American Students were educated here. Wings expanded the building's footprint to accommodate its growing needs and the building took on a rambling look and feel. After school integration, the Pitt County Board of Education used this facility to house Winterville Ayden Grifton Child Development Center (WAG). The State Department of Public Education, also used this facility for the Eastern Regional Education Center.

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