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Badin Historic Museum

Badin Historic Museum

The story of Badin township begancirca 10,000 B.C. when Native Americans camped on the hill above the falls of our river and fashioned spearheads from outcroppings of rhyolite rock. Many native tribes followed, using this area until the 1700's. Settlers arrived in the 1600's and 1700's and the river was given a name: the Yadkin. Learn about the history of the town from this beginning until present day.

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