Faces of the Twin Counties
Join us in celebrating Edgecombe and Nash Counties history through the Twin County Hall of Fame!
Twin County Museum and Hall of Fame’s mission is to celebrate the history, culture, people, and accomplishments of Edgecombe and Nash counties in eastern North Carolina. The museum is dedicated to the heroes of our area. The men and women, past and present, who have made significant contributions to life in the Twin Counties. Through their energy, efforts, and inspiration, our communities and our world is a better place.
Join us in sharing and preserving our shared heritage.
By Stephanie Forgue Houghtlin Everyone is nervous. As I visited the newly hung portraits of The Twin County Hall of Fame recipients, many asked if their hair still looked okay, were their ties straight, did their clothes look too out of date? You can’t blame them,...read more
Visitors to the Grand Opening of the new Rocky Mount Event Center on Thursday, October 25th, will have an opportunity to the first to check out a new permanent exhibit featuring inductees to the Twin County Hall of Fame. Crews are finishing up installation this week...read more
Rev. Luther Barnes, 2006 inductee of the Twin County Hall of Fame, will be awarded with another major recognition later this month: induction into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. Rev. Barnes, senior pastor at Rocky Mount's Restoration Worship Center, will be...read more
You can support the work of the Twin County Hall of Fame with a monetary donation.
We are located in the historic downtown train station:
100 Coastline Street
Rocky Mount, NC
Thanks to volunteers, museum hours are:
Friday & Saturday – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Sunday – 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Other times by appointment: +1 252.977.1438
Be part of the Twin County Hall of Fame! We need your help.
Please consider volunteering your time to be a docent and/or helper at events or donate to the museum. Together we can preserve our shared heritage.
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