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Mount Olive Historic District


category : Historic Districts
Mount Olive was formed as a village before the Civil War and was occupied by Union soldiers in Foster's Raid on December 16, 1862. Incorporated in 1870, the town is now home to the world famous Mount Olive Pickle Company and the North Carolina Pickle Festival. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Mount Olive Historic District features examples of several architectural styles including Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Craftsman, and Colonial Revival.




Address:
123 N. Center Street
Mount Olive, NC 28365
Phone: (919)658-3113
Our Email: moacc@earthlink.net
Our Website:www.moachamber.com

Come visit us in Mount Olive, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Kids World Playground

Castles, swinging bridge, dinosaur slide, rocket, trolley, tot lot, ship wreck towers, mazes...open dawn to dusk for ages 0-12 years

Mount Olive, NC Other Attractions

Mount Olive Pickle Company Gift Shop

Where else can you find unique Picklephernalia such as pickle t-shirts, golf putters and Christmas tree ornaments;

Mount Olive, NC Businesses

Sleep Inn Mount Olive

Two Diamond AAA Rating. Beautiful hotel with interior entry, high speed internet, free continental breakfast, and pool; located beside Mount Olive College campus

Mount Olive, NC Businesses

Southern Wayne Country Club

Course Access: Semi-Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 1

Mount Olive, NC Country Clubs

Southern Belle Motel

Quaint, newly renovated 43 room motel with 9 apartments, Pool, Cable TV, and onsite restaurant. Extended stay rates available. Within 1 mile of Mount Olive College, shops, and restaurants.

Mount Olive, NC Businesses

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