Reviews of Horne Creek Living Historical Farm (Museum)

308 Horne Creek Farm Rd, Pinnacle, NC 27043, United States

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At present this business gets a rating of 4.7 out of 5 and the score has been based on 70 reviews.

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REVIEWS OF Horne Creek Living Historical Farm IN North Carolina


This is a very cool place!

Van Morton

I took an apple tree grafting clas there. Very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the history of the farm as well as the geographic area.

Gary Sessoms

Kenneth Stem

Quite enjoyable experience. I found this place due to chance. I had been over at Pilot Mountain park and saw the sign for Horne Creek while driving back to High Point. The man at the visitor's center really knew his history. The center was very nice with lots of things to see and to purchase. I walked down to the main house and walked around in it. Very enjoyable. I find it fascinating to see older homes such as these. If you are in the area, you should stop in.

Hassell Brown

Sherry Fain

Susan Harpe

Molly Millican

Jason Joyce

Fun place to visit

Patriicia Cunningham

Greg Egan

The couple who conduct the tours know all that there is too know about this working farm. The main house is welcoming and you can even sit in the furniture and play the parlor organ.

Christian Braman

Neat place to spend a few hours with your 3 year old grandkid. Lots of history and critters.

Gerald Brewer

Great place for a day away from everyday life.

Matt Windsor

Stephen Wright

Michelle R

Loved walking around this farm. Kids loved it .

Hannah Caudle

I've been coming here since I was a little girl, and nothing has ever changed! I love the friendly staff and the well maintained historical buildings of long ago. They keep everything neat and in great condition so all different generations can know what it was like to live in the 1800s. The food and entertainment during their festivals is very excellent as well!

Laura Suastegui-Hernandez

Terri Broyles

Nice historical farm, lots of interesting exhibits (and animals!) Try to go to the cornshucking frolic, a festival held one Saturday in October each year. Vendors, exhibits, great music! The chicken stew is a must have!!

Reagan Tiffany

Matthew Clayton

James Jones

Very nice outing for a couple of hours. Old motors were on display and chugging along. People were eager to share their knowledge. Good eats were on hand after a self guided walking tour. Very sociable group and knowledgeable.

C Taylor

Very nice people

Cary Lewis

Jessica Hood

We visited Horne Creek farm for their Arbor Day apple tree sale. It was our first visit. It's a beautiful historical farm with many things to see. The trees sold out early fast. We bought a Myer's Royal Lumbertwig apple tree which is an heirloom from the early 1900's. All of their trees are and they are not anything you would see at Lowes or Walmart. We definitely recommend visiting.

Kandis Thacker

David Zanter

Michelle Lanier

tish armstrong

Carol McDuffie

Grace L

Mark Whitman

Beautiful place. Very serene. Good day trip

Alta Dale

Staff is very knowledgeable as are the volunteer interpreters. Off the beaten path but we'll worth the effort to seek it out

Jeffery Moser

Emily Moody

Kerry Nelson

Horne Creek Living Historical Farm is an amazing place to learn about North Carolina agriculture. Taking a trip to this farm will educate you and your family. The guide seemed very knowledgeable and was extremely nice. I would recommend planning your next day trip to Horne creek farm.

Randy Young

Holly Golightly

We had a nice visit but there was no one there in the middle of the day and the visitors center was closed. We ran in to some people working and they said they would be right with us to explain the site but we never saw them again.

Michele Marie

My husband and I came here about 11 years ago and it was so neat. No one was there there was no tour....that being said. He and I were downstairs in the house goofing around. I had picked up some object can't remember now playing around and heard people moving about upstairs. Quickly I put the object down thinking I would be scolded...we walked through the house not a single soul was there. Yet I just heard numerous footsteps and one could have left the house without us knowing. Neat place but I feel like much of Stokes County this place is haunted.

Zillaman336 Gamer

Awesome experience..friendly atmosphere. Love the ancient history of the culture at the foot of the mountains.

michael glidewell

Awesome experience.

Falyn Wells

Really nice place, I didn't have time to do a tour though. Great experience

Alayna Payton

Great place to visit! A lot of history and places to explore with friendly, knowledgeable guides. My family had our family reunion here a few weeks ago and it was lovely.

Duessel dorfer

Nice place! Very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff.

Ed Komasara

The staff director gave us an in depth history and survey of the farm and family as well as the significance of the site. My wife liked the sheep! We roamed the homesite ourselves and found it very interesting to explore and discover.

Gene Evans

Really interesting and beautiful place. Staff was accommodating and informative.

Heather Eudy

Natalie Bowers

Friendly staff and cute blue tick coon hound!

Sol Hernandez

I loved this place! The tour through the house was very interesting. They didn't have the rooms roped off so we went inside every room and took pictures. The guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Google Horne Creek for upcoming events!

Dawn Needham

Been here many times. Very enjoyable experience every time I go.

Gary Rohrer

Pleasant historical location. Staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. Lots of things to do from hiking to learning about the farm and the Hauser family. Farm animals at the site and an impressive Apple orchard with heirloom Apple trees. Well worth the trip through the countryside.

bubba killgo

Sunghoon Kim

Nice historic farm and house

Junko Gilbert

Genei Pruitt

steve lawson

Lyle Phenicie


Anna Zive

Wonderful Place. Friendly staff, fun animals, beautiful homestead, and educational!!

Veronica Kupsa

It’s a pretty place but I do not recommend it to those with young kids. We thought it’d be perfect for our group since it’s outdoors and there are animals, but the woman working there was very rude to us and made us feel unwelcome. Instead of saying hello or welcome- her first words to us were “don’t let them touch anything!” In a stern voice. (No kids had even tried to touch anything and us parents and a grandma were all right there with them). That was when we walked into the home where she was giving a tour to 4-5 older people. (By the way I made arrangements to have a tour for us but I guess since that group got there before us they got first dibs.) then we got reprimanded a 2nd time to not let our kids walk up the stairs which they weren’t, they were going to the bottom stair for a photo. there was nothing there gating it off. then a 3rd time to not let them run over some planks that she said apparently covered a well but even we as adults had no way of knowing that. The only thing blocking it was a tiny string as thin as dental floss. No barrier, no sign. All of this was within about 15 min as we were near her and the tour group. i don’t think she really cared about the kids safety, she just seemed annoyed we were there. Even if she did care for them she should’ve shown it in a much nicer tone especially since she can see were responsible adults watching them. Better signage/barriers would be good on restricted areas. Also there is a dog on property that seemed friendly but then tried to jump on us and the picnic table to get our food. We’re planning to move soon out of state so wouldn’t come back anyway. Disappointing because usually North Carolina people have treated us well.

Leah Sharpe

We attended the corn shucking festival and had a wonderful time with our girl scout troop! Such a fun gem tucked away for us to enjoy!

Karen Freeman

You need to go here!

Sharon Galyean

Fun for the kids

Kay Payne

V Williams

Nancy Joseph

It was interesting to see how a large family lived. The grounds include a visitor center with photos and artifacts, orchard, barn with a mule and ornery cow, and the family home. The staff were friendly and informative.

Joseph Landis

Wonderful place for a day trip.

Christopher Byington

Ian Eastman-Mullins

I have never been there.. it iz good cuz dere be horses and dey be close 2 unicorns

Shakeisha Gray

A wonderful historic gem in the heart of the Piedmont and foothills region.

Matthew McKnight Midnight

Put on your walking shoes it's cool to see how far we have come from that part of are history

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