If there were an interesting place on Ft. Bragg, they would probably make someone like me sign papers saying something like, Don't look around, don't ask questions, don't notice things, you were never here, we were never here, don't talk about things you never saw, ect.
However, My town was founded in the early 1700's. The market house in the center of town was the original town hall, and was where my state ratified the constitution, the first in America. There are still a lot of houses built before the civil war. I have copiers in many of them being used as businesses. There is a tower that marks one of the 4 corners of an armory that was built in 1835. It was burned along with a good part of town by General Sherman on his march. In one of the old houses there are iron bar cages in the basement. The house owners thought at first that they may have been used to keep slaves, but later found out that the house was built by one of the armory commandants and the cages were used to keep weapons.