What to know
Group tours and living history presentations by appointment; Greek revival style Civil War home offers living history tours by appointment only. This was the home of Judge Jonas M. Tebberts, a New Hampshire native jailed after the outbreak of the Civil War for his Unionist sympathies. The 1853 structure was Federal Colonel M. LaRue Harrison's headquarters during the April 18, 1863 attack on Fayetteville by Confederates under General W.L. (Old Tige) Cabell. The house still has one of the original doors, including the hole created by a minie ball during the skirmish.