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Mount Airy, North Carolina

  • Floyd's City Barber Shop

    Floyd's City Barber Shop is a real-life barber shop. Owner Russell Hiatt used to cut Andy Griffith's hair. Russell has a "Wall of Fame" in the shop. It contains more than 20,000 pictures of visito...
    Floyd's City Barber Shop
  • Siamese Twins Burial Site

    The original Siamese twins, Eng and Chang Bunker, are buried outside the Mount Airy city limits in the White Plains Church community.

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    Siamese Twins Burial Site

  • The Thomas House

    Thomas House Bed & Breakfast is located in the Historic Distric on Main Street one block from the Visitors Center and within walking distance of Snappy Lunch, Floyd’s City Barber Shop and the An...
    The Thomas House
  • Oak Crest

    Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Oak Crest offers the best for all worlds. Whether you are looking for a get-away for the weekend with that special someone or you need to hold a s...
    Oak Crest
  • Moore House

    Moore House, circa 1862, is the oldest remaining house in Mount Airy. Located in the front yard is an outstanding rustic hexagonal summer house (circa 1865) constructed with wood poles and intervenin...
    Moore House
  • Old City Jail

    The Mayberry Jail is a local re-creation of "The Courthouse" seen in so many episodes of the The Andy Griffith Show. The Old City Jail was Mount Airy's real jail for many years. The Old City Jail is a...
    Old City Jail
  • Gertrude Smith House

    Built by merchant and landowner Jefferson Davis Smith, this Victorian-style home contains period furnishings and is on National Register of Historic Places. Call 1-800-576-0231 tour schedule. ...
    Gertrude Smith House
  • N. C. Granite Corp.

    Mount Airy is the home of the world's largest open faced granite quarry. The quarry has been in operation since 1889. Many of Mount Airy's churches, homes and businesses are made of Mount Airy grani...
    N. C. Granite Corp.
  • Robert C. Smith House

    Eng and Chang Bunker - "The Original Siamese Twins" Exhibit. An Exhibit on Donna Fargo's musical career including stage outfits and records. Also see Andy Griffith items.

    Robert C. Smith House
  • Snappy Lunch

    Snappy Lunch was mentioned on the Andy Griffith Show and Andy ate here as a young boy. Snappy Lunch is Mount Airy's oldest restaurant, circa 1923. Oprah Winfrey and the Incredible Hulk, Lou Ferrign...
    Snappy Lunch
  • Andy's Homeplace

    Come spend the night at Andy's Homeplace located at 711 Haymore Street, Mount Airy. Andy lived here with his mother and father until he graduated from high school. Furnished with all the comforts of h...
    Andy's Homeplace

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Andy's Homeplace

Come spend the night at Andy's Homeplace located at 711

Mount Airy, NC Other Attractions

Snappy Lunch

Snappy Lunch was mentioned on the Andy Griffith Show and Andy ate here as a young boy. Snappy Lunch is Mount Airy's oldest restaurant, circa 1923. Oprah Winfrey and the Incredible Hulk, Lou Ferrigno have been visitors. The Snappy Lunch was featured in the November 1998 issue of Gourmet.

Mount Airy, NC Other Attractions

Cross Creek Country Club

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

Mount Airy, NC Country Clubs

Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce and Mount Airy Visitors Center

The Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce promotes the greater Mount Airy area including all of Surry County. The Chamber offers a step-on-tour guide service for visiting groups.The Mount Airy Visitors Center is now located in the Chamber Building.

Mount Airy, NC Visitors Center

Things to do near Mount Airy, NC

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

Choose from a variety of room types including standard hotel rooms and two room suites, all available with either two double ...

The Barn

Delicious food served in pleasant, rustic surroundings. ...

Innovations Restaurant

Heart SmartReservations Only ...

Kestler's Bridge

This is the best surviving example of an old wooden railroad trestle in Piedmont, North Carolina. It anchored the route of t...