Welcome to the Official Website of the Textile Heritage Museum.
The Textile Heritage Museum is located at 2406
Glencoe Street, just off NC 62 North,
about 3 miles north of Burlington, North Carolina, in the
Historic Glencoe Village.
You can contact us
here at the website
by calling 336-260-0038.
Our new event center is available for rental.
Click here for
- 7:00 pm
Brian Baker, Director of Alamance
will present The Mountains to Sea Trail
and its importance to surrounding areas.
Join us for our regular monthly meeting at
2406 Glencoe Street, Burlington
in the downstairs meeting area,
North of Charleston.
This event is free and the public
For more info call 336 2600038.
NCSU's Protection & Comfort Exhibit
1800s Exquisite Wedding Gown
MILL VILLAGE PICTURES
Visit this site for history
of textile mills in North Carolina
How the Textile Industry came to be
Other Interesting Sites
Mill and Mill Village Website by Ken Cates
The Museum is open Saturday and
Sunday from 1 to 4 pm.
visit with us!
Group tours by appointment
The Textile Heritage Museum is
located in the former Company Store and Office Building in the
Glencoe Mill Village. The 1880 building was purchased for the museum
in 2004 and is an ongoing restoration project.
The museum highlights the
textile history and mill villages of Alamance County, the Piedmont, and beyond.
It features history and
machinery of the textile industry from the cottage industry to the
present, village life, a large
company store exhibit, and many other exhibits of interest.
There are exhibits from
currently operating local mills with product displays.