Geocaching for History/Virtual Exhibits

Geocaching for History, developed in partnership by the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History and the Mount Airy Parks and Recreation's Reeves Community Center, combines history and treasure hunting with exercise using GPS devices or Smart Phones to assist in the hunt for history.  All of the geocache sites will have local and regional historical or cultural significance. Each cache will contain a digital QR code, readable by smart phones that will direct the geocacher to this website for additional information and photos about the specific historic location.

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1 Charlie and Ollie Tucker Homeplace
2 Freeman Homeplace
3 Surry Community College
4 Dobson and the Courthouse
5 Richmond Hill
6 Kapp's Mill
7 Laurel Hill: Birthplace of CSA Major General J.E.B. Stuart
8 William Alfred Moore House
9 Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Charles B. Morris
10 Dry Bridge

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