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Ayr Mount Historic Site


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Ayr Mount is a meticulously restored 1815 plantation home. It is finely furnished with Federal Antiques and Decorative Art. The home, built by William Kirkland of Scotland, sits on 265 tranquil acres along the banks of the Eno River. House tours are available. One-mile free nature trail around the house and along the banks of the Eno River called the Poet's Walk is open daily.




Address:
376 St. Mary's Rd.
Hillsborough, NC 27278
Phone: (919)732-6886
Our Email: ayrmount@nc.rr.com
Our Website:www.classicalamericanhomes.org/

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Departs from the Orange County Visitors Center at 150 E. King Street. 60-90 minutes walking and step-on bus tours through Hillsborough's historic distric. See historic homes, churches and cemeteries. Call for appointment.

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Occoneechee Mountain State Natural Area

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