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HARRY BROWNE MEMORIAL
LIBRARY & MUSEUM
Kernersville, NC 27284

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Harry Browne was an American free-market Libertarian writer and the Libertarian Party's 1996 & 2000 candidate for President of the United States. He was also a well-known investment advisor for over thirty years, author of "Harry Browne's Special Report" -- a financial newsletter published from 1974-1997, author of 19 books and thousands of articles, Co-founder and Director of Public Policy of the libertarian Downsize DC Foundation, host of two weekly network radio shows -- one a political and the other a financial show, host of an ETV (internet-based television) show called "This Week in Liberty with Harry Browne" on the Internet based Free Market News Network, a consultant to the Permanent Portfolio Family of Funds, and a popular inspirational public speaker.

   

 

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VISITING THE HARRY BROWNE MEMORIAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM

Library Museum Location: The Harry Browne Memorial Library & Museum opened its doors to the public on August 14, 2008 and is housed in one 18' x 12' building in Kernersville, NC 27284.

Exhibits: On exhibit are Harry Browne Manuscripts, Photographs, Awards, Presidential Campaign Buttons, Campaign Memorabilia, Campaign Newspaper Clippings, Books, Magazine Articles, Harry Browne Special Reports Newsletters, Brochures, Wardrobe, Personal Items, Music by Harry Browne, Personal Documents, Reel-to-Reel Tapes, Video Tapes, Audio Tapes, CDs, and DVDs.

Reservations : Reservations are required for the tour.  Please email: Pamela Wolfe Browne at: PLWBrowne@HarryBrowne.org to reserve in advance.

Library Museum Tours : The Library Museum is viewed by guided tour only. Tours last approximately hour. But additional time should be allowed if you wish to read campaign journals, newspaper articles, or news releases; read HBSR newsletters; view scrapbooks or photograph albums; listen to tapes or CDs; or view DVDs after the tour. There is sufficient material available to spend hours in the library after the tour if you so desire.

Gravesite Memorial: Harry's gravestone monument is currently being produced and will be shipped and installed in the Fall of 2009. You may visit the gravesite in Mt. Gur Cemetery on West Bodenhamer Street ~ located just two blocks from the HBMLM.

Gift Shop:  Available for purchase are some of Harry Browne's books, music CDs, videos, and audio albums.

Library Museum Hours and Days: The building is open from 12 noon until 6 p.m. seven days a week by appointment only.

Library Museum Closed: Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve and Day.

Admission : Admission is free. Donations and gifts are welcome in order to achieve the Library Museum goals.

Parking : Parking is limited, so please consult when making your reservation.

Map & Directions to the Library Museum :

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From Winston-Salem

  • Take Business I-40 to Kernersville MAIN STREET exit.

  • Turn left at traffic light from exit ramp, heading North on South Main Street.

  • Turn left on West Mountain Street.

  • Turn right on Oakland Avenue.

  • Third house on the right. (Approximately 1 mile from Business 40.)

From Greensboro

  • Take Business I-40 West to Kernersville MAIN STREET exit.

  • Turn right at traffic light from exit ramp, heading North on South Main Street.

  • Turn left on West Mountain Street.

  • Turn right on Oakland Avenue.

  • Third house on the right. (Approximately 1 mile from Business 40.)

CONTACT INFORMATION

For more information about the Harry Browne Library Museum, or to make reservations for a tour, please email the individual listed below.

Pamela Wolfe Browne
PLWBrowne@HarryBrowne.org

 

SITES IN AND AROUND KERNERSVILLE

Kernersville is a vibrant North Carolina community with a population of approximately 20,000. Located in the center of the Triad (Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point), it offers many amenities: Little Theater, YMCA, parks, movie theatre, bowling, organized sports, and a wonderful hometown community spirit.

Strangest House in the World -  Korner's Folly
  "The Strangest House in the World"
A North Carolina Historic Home housing
Cupid's Park:
America's First Private Little Theatre.
413 South Main Street, Kernersville, NC  27284

 

Additional Points of Interest in the Kernersville area: (Click below for web sites)

  • CulturalCorridors.com
  • Dudley Hotel & Conference Center:   Local hotel accommodation
  • Historic Bethabara Park  
  • Holiday Inn Express Kernersville:   Local hotel accommodation
  • Kernersville Chamber of Commerce  
  • Kernersville Little Theatre: Community theater since 1977
  • Museumsofthetriad.org   
  • Old Salem  
  • Pilot Knob Inn  
  • Reynolda House  
  • Rotary Club of Kernersville  
  • Scenic Overlook Bed and Breakfast: A unique romantic getaway located in Pilot Mountain
  • Sciworks:  An interactive science and environmental museum
  • SECCA:  Displaying the finest contemporary art
  • Sleep Inn Kernersville: Local hotel accommodation
  • State of North Carolina  
  • VisitWinstonSalem.com
  • Winston-Salem Visitors Bureau  
  • Zevely Inn Bed and Breakfast: The only lodging in Old Salem Historic District, National Historic 
        Register, meticulously and accurately restored to its mid-19th century time.
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