Henderson County Heritage Museum

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Henderson County Heritage Museum

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  • Seasons - Year-round
  • Hours - Wednesday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm; Sunday 1-5 pm


  • 1 Historic Courthouse Square, #4

    Hendersonville,   NC   28792


Housed in the Historic Henderson County Courthouse on Main Street, the Museum offers artifacts, collections, archives, libraries, demonstrations, performances and other similar exhibitions relating to the history, culture, heritage and stories of Henderson County.

The Museum offers a wonderful variety of exhibits including the “Golden Age - the Coming of the Railroad” exhibit, Apple Valley Model Railroad Club’s replica of the Saluda Mountain Grade, the steepest main-line standard gauge railroad in the United States, will be on display, along with other artifacts. The Civil War Exhibit features artifacts of military weaponry & uniforms dating back to the war and and a replica of Hendersonville’s first general store, from the 1900s.

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1 Historic Courthouse Square, #4
Hendersonville NC 28792


Latitude: 35° 18' 52.2" / Longitude: -82° 27' 37.44"

Special Directions:

From I-26 take exit 49-B (old exit 18-B) onto Highway 64 West,travel approximately 2 miles, turn left onto Main Street, the Courthouse house is located between First & Second Avenues, look for the gold dome.

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