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A little piece of history

So many articles on display of the local town history. Repla of old railway station in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wendy G
Hendersonville, North Carolina
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Quaint museum well laid out.

We enjoyed reading about, and seeing some history of the Hendersonville area. The rail road... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Anne V
Georgetown, Texas
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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
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1 Historic Courthouse Sq Ste 4, Hendersonville, NC 28792-5044
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

So many articles on display of the local town history. Repla of old railway station in Hendersonville.

Thank Wendy G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We enjoyed reading about, and seeing some history of the Hendersonville area. The rail road exhibit was particularly good with several dioramas.

Thank Anne V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Whilst wandering around the town we came across this museum. Free to get in - its had lots of interesting exhibits to see - the lady who showed us which way round to see everything was very knowledgeable and she was great to chat to...More

Thank calamityjane2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This museum is free and a must. The volunteers are happy to help. You walk through the exhibits on the first floor then stairs or elevator to the third floor. The train exhibit explains the history and growth of this area and North Carolina. (One...More

Thank Penny L
Reviewed 16 May 2018

We found the Heritage Museum to be a good local history museum. Maybe with a little to much focus on Military History. Most of the rest was very interesting. Free. Easy metered parking on the street.

Thank cordyroy
Reviewed 31 March 2018

I grew up in Henderson County and never knew some of the facts about it. In the turn of the century Hendersonville was the oasis for the people from the beach. Railroad trains full of people from Charleston came here in the summer. Large hotels...More

Thank Q2280FLmarkc
Reviewed 27 October 2017

when you start your visit it seems that there is only a few rooms but you wind up following a path leading to many rooms full of history from early settlers to civil war to present times. you will find for such a small town...More

Thank rusty a
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

There a lot of history in this place. You could spend the whole day in there. It is really good and I recommend it to everyone.

Thank Maggie C
Reviewed 7 September 2017

If you're looking to brush up on the history of Henderson County, this is a great place to learn more.

Thank Pamela4884
Reviewed 1 August 2017

We went into the courthouse to use the bathrooms, and stumbled upon this wonderful history museum. They had so many different interesting exhibits. We couldn't believe that this little town had so much to offer.

Thank Gayle R
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Response from Larry W | Reviewed this property |
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