The Greek Revival antebellum house with its soaring columns has been a landmark in Fayetteville for over a century.
Through the years, several famous families have occupied the property. Built in 1855 by the Holliday family, the house derives its name from the three main owners that lived here:
John Stiles Holliday - a prominent physician in Fayetteville and uncle of the infamous John Henry "Doc" Holliday.
Solomon Dawson Dorsey - a colonel of the State Militia during the Civil War who helped enlist volunteers for the Confederacy.
Robert E. Lee Fife - a Fayetteville City Council member who is related to the last family to occupy the house as a resident.
The museum showcases galleries in the museum: The War Between the States Room, The Gone with the Wind Room and The Fayette County Room.