Horne Creek Farm State Historic Site


About Us
At Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, a multi-year project is underway to reconstruct the physical environment and seasonal work cycle of an early 20th century North Carolina family farm. Visitors may visit an apple orchard featuring vintage southern apple varieties no longer grown or watch as staff experiment with traditional log construction techniques. You can try your hand at cutting grass with a scythe or listen to an elderly woman explain how to make lye soap. Through educational programs ranging from lessons on how to cook on a wood stove to white oak basket making workshops to an annual corn shucking frolic, Horne Creek Living Historical Farm provides a unique opportunity to learn about our rural past.

Our Products
Reconstructed early 20th century piedmont North Carolina farm. Farm animals, period farm house, educational programs, and more.

An agency of the Division of N.C. Historic Sites and under the Department of Cultural Resources, Horne Creek Farm is located off U.S. Hwy. 52. Take the Pinnacle Exit (#129) and follow the brown and white historic markers.

Hours of Operation
Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Sunday and Monday.

Web Site


2005 programs will include "From Peel to Pie", which will highlight apple growing and how the fruit was used on North Carolina farms and the fall "Cornshucking Frolic", which will include the harvesting, shucking, shelling,and grinding of corn plus cider making, quilting, cooking, woodworking, wagon rides, traditional music, and numerous crafts.

Horne Creek Farm State Historic Site
Lisa Turney
308 Horne Creek Farm Road
Pinnacle, NC 27043
SURRY County
Phone: 336/325-2298
Fax: 336/325-3150

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