Dry Ridge Historical Museum
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The Dry Ridge Historical Museum, founded in 1983, preserves the history of "Dry Ridge" (as named by the Cherokee Indians) and includes the Reems Creek and Flat Creek Townships of North Buncombe County. Containing artifacts and information pertaining to the area and personal research of historian Blanch Roberts Robertson, it is invaluable to researchers.

The museum celebrates the Weaverville Roots Festival on Memorial Day weekend each year. Check for special exhibits.

41 N. Main St.
Weaverville, NC 28787

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828-250-6482; 828-658-3934.

Hours of Operation: Saturday, 10:00am – 2:00pm March 15 thru December 15 and by appointment.

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