Door 12 locals aangeraden ·
911 Reems Creek Road
Weaverville, NC 28787
Status openingstijdenGesloten · Gaat om Tuesday 9:00 AM open
Tips van locals
Historical site is the restored pioneer childhood of homestead of NC’s Civil War governor. Nestled in the Reems Creek Valley below the mountains, about five miles from downtown Weaverville.
Birthplace of NC Gov. Zebulon B. Vance (1830-1894) The homestead is a five-room two-story log cabin with six log outbuildings: the corn crib, springhouse, smokehouse, loom house, slave house, and toolhouse. Buildings are furnished to evoke the period from 1795- 1840, including a few original pieces…
Vance was the first Governor of North Carolina. An interesting place to visit if you are history buff, and is a good stop on your way out of Weaverville to access the Blue Ridge Parkway.