The North Carolina Rural Heritage Center is a presentation and celebration of the cultures and heritages that have shaped Scotland County and the Piedmont of North Carolina.

The John Blue House, built in 1891, was designed by Blue to reflect the look of a riverboat so it features rare double circular porches. Doors display decorative stained glass and period furnishings offers a unique look into the culture at the time.

The Museum of Agricultural and History provides a look at life on the farm in rural America and inventions that made that life simpler as time progressed. Fascinating collection of antique cars, too.

Heritage Village's collection of homesteads date from 1790 - 1825. The Indian Museum of the Carolinas' exhibits offer glimpses of Native American life as it was in the past.