David Caldwell Historic Park
3211 W. Cornwallis Dr.
Park Hours: The park is open during the same hours as the adjacent Bicentennial Gardens.
Historical Center Hours: Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 am to 5 pm
The David and Rachel Caldwell Historical Center and the Old Mill are located at David Caldwell Historic Park next to the Tanger Family Bicentennial Gardens.
The land once belonged to the Caldwells, one of Greensboro’s most influential founding couples, and it was here that they raised a family, ran a farm, and launched a school for young men. Rev. Caldwell served the congregations of Buffalo and Alamance Presbyterian churches and was a political leader during the Revolutionary War.
The historical center provides a look at the Caldwells and showcases the archaeological investigation into their 18th century life. The Old Mill is a replica of what a farmer of that era, like David Caldwell, would have used to mill grain. It is open during normal park hours.
Caldwell Historic Park needs volunteers to assist at the Historical Center and working on the grounds of the park. If you are interested, fill out the Parks and Recreation Volunteer Enrollment Form. For questions about volunteering, call 336-373-4844.
The historical center and the park are available for rent for meetings and special events, such as weddings and receptions. Details and pricing information are available on the event rental form. Contact the Parks and Recreation reservation office for more information at 336-373-5888.