Hendersonville Sights and Landmarks Guide, North Carolina
Hendersonville is a small city in Henderson County, North Carolina, USA. The city has great architecture, vibrant culture and significant commercial buildings.
Hendersonville is home to many popular dams, churches, mountains, cliffs, churches and many wonderful landscapes. The landscapes of Hendersonville are famous all over the United States. Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Hendersonville include the following.
Hendersonville Sights, Historic Johnson Farm
It is a great historical tobacco farm dating the 19th century. It is now operated by Henderson County Public Schools. The farm house features a museum and a barn. The museum has more than 1,000 artefacts related to farms. Historic Johnson Farm has been regarded as one of the most popular attractions in Hendersonville.
Hendersonville Sights, Thomas Wolfe's Angel
It is a great statue that stands in Hendersonville's Oakdale Cemetery. The statue marks the grave of the Johnson family. The statue is well protected with iron fence.
Hendersonville Sights, Mt. Pisgah
Mt. Pisgah is one of the highest peaks in Hendersonville. It features long walking trails, a picnic area, amphitheatre and a small grocery store. In the summer months, nature programs are offered to the visitors. A neighbouring area known as Graveyard Fields is regarded as a great picnic spot.
Hendersonville Sights, Currituck Beach Lighthouse
It is one of the greatest historical buildings in Hendersonville. It offers great views of the area. There is a big gift shop that has rocking chairs. Big trees surround the area and ice cream carts wait for you after you climb.
Hendersonville Sights, Hendersonville Little Theatre
It is a wonderful theatre whose history goes back to 1960s. It is very popular entertainment spot for families. Hendersonville Little Theatre offers a big variety of theatrical performances including live shows and musical programs throughout the year.
Hendersonville Sights, The World's Heaviest Twins Gravesite
Billy and Benny McCrary are buried at Crab Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. These two brothers were regarded the world’s heaviest twins of that time. Crab Creek Baptist Church Cemetery is considered a famous roadside attraction in Hendersonville.
Holmes Educational State Forest
It is a big educational forest covering 235-acres of land. It is a great place for kids and tourists to learn about the forests and wildlife of North Carolina. Entry is free and the site is open from mid February to October.
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