Hickory Ridge Museum

  • 591 Horn in the West Drive P.O. Box 295
    Boone, NC 28607
  • Phone:
    (828) 264-2120
  • Fax:
    (828) 264-9089

Hickory Ridge Living History Museum is located in the heart of Boone, NC, on the grounds of Horn in the West, the nation's longest-running Revolutionary War outdoor drama. The museum displays some of the oldest building structures in the area and was created in 1980 to foster a better understanding of the life of the settlers depicted in the drama. The museum also provides insight into the self sufficiency of our forefathers by showing the routines and skills they possessed such as hearthside cooking, weaving, making candles, spinning, blacksmithing, etc.

Hickory Ridge Museum is now open April - November, Tues. - Fri., with two daily tours: 10AM & 2PM. Purchase tickets for your tour at the Gift Shop; Adults $5 | Children $3. You will be guided through a collection of authentic log cabins by a knowledgeable docent and historian who will give you a very interesting understanding of what life on the frontier was like in the mid- to late- 1700's.

331 Queen Street, Suite 104
Boone, NC 28607
(T) 828-266-1345  •  (F) 828-266-1346
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