These spots are fun for the whole family. Be sure to check the list, since some have very limited hours.
Appalachian Pinball Museum - 538 N Main St., 828.702.9277, Sun-Mon 1pm-6pm, Tues- Closed, Wed-Fri 2pm-9pm, Sat 12pm-9pm
You won't just see classic pinball and arcade games here you'll get to play them too. Just $10 to play all-day
Mineral & Lapidary Museum – 400 North Main, Hendersonville 828-698-1977 mineralmuseum.org Mon-Sat 1 pm-5 pm
Free Rocks, dinosaur eggs and more.
Henderson Heritage Museum – 1st and Main Hendersonville 828-694-1619 hendersoncountymuseum.com Wed-Sun 1 pm-5 pm
Free History, special exhibits, and productions about Henderson County.
Hands On! Children’s Museum - 318 North Main, Hendersonville 828-697-8333 handsonwnc.org Tues – Sun 1 pm-6 pm - $5
Place for Children
WNC Air Museum - Brooklyn Avenue, Hendersonville 828-698-2482 wncairmuseum.com Sat, Sun, Wed 12 pm-5 pm - Free
Fifteen airplanes from 1915 – 1960 vintage.
Johnson Farm – 3346 Haywood Road, Hendersonville 828-891-6585 hendersoncountypublicschoolsnc.org/johnson-farm/ Tues – Thurs 10am-1pm Tours @ 10:30am- $5
The 1920 Boarding House is the home of Heritage Weavers & Fiber Artists. 1880’s farmhouse and barn with ten buildings, animals, trails, fields, forests, and streams are part of the farm.
Mountain Farm & Home Museum - 10 Brookside Camp Road, Hendersonville 828-697-8846 mfmuseum.homestead.com Mon-Fri 9 am- Noon - Free
Dedicated To The Preservation Of Agricultural & Domestic Equipment, Buildings, Implements, Utensils, Methods, and Literature Indigenous To Rural Life In 19th Century Western North Carolina.
Carl Sandburg Home - 81 Carl Sandburg Lane, Flat Rock 828-693-4178 Open Daily except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day 9 am-5 pm - No park entrance fee - $5 per person for the house tour
Home of Carl Sandburg during his retirement, lake, trails, goats and farm buildings. more info