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On your journey we want you to visit with the people, learn of their contributions, and reflect on milestone events that helped shape their lives and Henderson County, North Carolina. We would like for you to view “evidences of yesterday” that will...more
All reviews civil war henderson county history buff wonderful exhibits turn of the century large collection on display great place to learn nice display donations are accepted nice visit small town hendersonville area north carolina friendly staff wars courthouse
We got so much more from this visit than we expected! The building is basically original and very beautiful. We met a retired judge, a Vietnam vet, who owns much of the military collection which spans from the Civil War to Desert Storm. (We took...More
My husband and I have been to this museum in the Courthouse, which shows a wonderful depiction of life during the Revolutionary War and Civil War and in 1979, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
But there are important monuments around...More
The Hendersonville Heritage Museum is a great place to visit for everyone. It takes you from the revolution up thru present day. It shows you uniforms of the period along with weapons and tidbits about it. They also have other displays such as the largest...More
My husband and I stopped in the courthouse and stayed about a half hour wandering through their wonderful exhibits of local history. Free admission.
It is the County's 2nd Courthouse, built in 1905 next to the original (built 1840) which was torn down when the...More
We were in town for a day trip, it was hot, and there was this big beautiful building that happened to be a museum in the midst of a very beautiful Main Street. We were happy to find it nicely air-conditioned inside. What a gem!...More
What a privilege to see a screening of the movie Pork Chop Hill, starring Gregory Peck as Lt. Joe Clemons, a local hero and resident of Hendersonville. Joe and his wife of 65 years attended the screening and the reception arranged by the Museum. The...More
I think a couple of hours will do it. It's a guided tour (free) and it kinda depends on how many questions and how much conversation you do with the guide. The guide can be very engaging. Enjoy. Be sure to visit the Mast... More
I think a couple of hours will do it. It's a guided tour (free) and it kinda depends on how many questions and how much conversation you do with the guide. The guide can be very engaging. Enjoy. Be sure to visit the Mast General store at the other end of the street.