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Scottish Tartans Museum

Scottish Tartans Museum

The Scottish Tartans Museum in Franklin, NC displays over 500 tartans and serves as a Scottish Heritage Center for the region. More…

Southern Appalachian Radio Museum

Southern Appalachian Radio Museum

The Southern Appalachian Radio Museum in Asheville, NC traces the history of radio from the early days through the 1960s. More…

Swannanoa Valley Museum

Swannanoa Valley Museum

The Swannanoa Valley Museum reflects the history of Western North Carolina through local artifacts and exhibits. More…

The History Center at the Smith-McDowell House

The History Center at the Smith-McDowell House

The restored Smith-McDowell House is the oldest surviving house in Asheville and a superb example of brick antebellum architecture. More…

The History Museum of Burke County

The History Museum of Burke County

Dedicated to preserving and displaying our heritage for both current and future generations. More…

The Museum of Ashe County History

The Museum of Ashe County History

Exhibits reflecting the history of Ashe County are housed in the historic 1904 County Courthouse in Jefferson, NC. More…

Thomas Wolfe Memorial

Thomas Wolfe Memorial

The Thomas Wolfe Memorial in downtown Asheville, NC preserves the childhood home of one of the giants of American literature. More…

Transylvania Heritage Museum

Transylvania Heritage Museum

The Transylvania Heritage Museum in Brevard, NC interprets the history and heritage of Transylvania County. More…

Valdese

Valdese

On May 29, 1893 Southern Railway's "Number 11" deposited a travel-weary band of twenty-nine souls from Northern Italy More…

Vance Birthplace

Vance Birthplace

The Vance Birthplace, near Weaverville, NC, preserves the pioneer farmstead where NC Governor Zebulon Vance was born and raised. More…

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