Located in downtown Mount Airy across from the Andy Griffith Playhouse, this venue offers great events from early spring through late fall.
Established by the U.S. Congress in 1985, the site includes an outdoor amphitheater and indoor interpretive center used to highlight an important strand of American musical culture, which is still alive and thriving in the region.
Located at Old North State Winery on Main Street in Mount Airy, the restaurant provided an elevated dining experience crafted by chef Chris Wishart. Menu features a mix of classic comfort foods and refreshing departures from the norm.
Enjoy live theater and a variety of artistic pursuits via the Foothills Arts Council.
Stop in for lunch, dinner, coffee, craft beer, Yadkin Valley wine or freshly-made pastries.
Every Saturday morning since 1948, WPAQ has aired Merry-Go-Round, a live radio broadcast of old-time, bluegrass and gospel music.
This urban winery is located in an 1890's mercantile building in downtown Mount Airy and features outstanding wines as well as hand-crafted ales at the tasting bar.
Located inside the Earle Theatre, the Old-Time Music Heritage Hall recognizes Mount Airy's role as the center of old-time genre and birthplace of famed fiddler Tommy Jarrell.
Vacant for a quarter century, the Reeves roared back to life after a four-year renovation made it Elkin's crown jewel. The theater has 252 comfortable seats excellent acoustics. Lobby is home to a popular farm-to-table cafe.
Round Peak Vineyards is located a few miles outside Mount Airy in a picturesque setting framed by Blue Ridge Mountains.
A spacious taproom invites patrons to sample small batch brews that are rotated seasonally. Garage door opens to Market Street in warm weather. Also offers artisan pizzas and a great wine selection.
Mount Airy's place as a center of old-time and bluegrass music is on display every Thursday evening at the historic Earle Theatre.