Mount Olive Historic District

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  • 123 N. Center Street

    Mount Olive,   NC   28365


Mount Olive owes its birth to the Wilmington & Weldon Railroad, which was completed in 1840. Incorporated in 1870, the town is now home to the world famous Mount Olive Pickle Company and the North Carolina Pickle Festival. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Mount Olive Historic District features examples of several architectural styles including Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Craftsman, and Colonial Revival.

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123 N. Center Street
Mount Olive NC 28365


Latitude: 35° 11' 46.68" / Longitude: -78° 4' 0.84"

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Directly off of US Hwy 117 in southern Wayne County. 15 miles from Goldsboro and 5 miles to I-40.

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