Visitors can peek inside historic structures, including a loom house, tool shed, spring house, smokehouse, and corn crib. For a more in-depth experience, visitors may take a 45-minute guided tour of the site, stepping inside an original slave dwelling and viewing the reconstructed Vance house, which includes the 1790s brick chimney and fireplace. Explore the interactive museum to learn more about NC Governor and US Senator Zebulon B. Vance, who was born on the property in 1830.
Accessible facilities, including restrooms and a covered picnic shelter. Pet-friendly. Gift shop featuring local items. Free admission!