Around since 1923 and famous for its fried pork chop sandwiches. Andy Griffith ate here as a boy and mentioned it during Season 1 of The Andy Griffith Show.
Stay overnight in Andy's boyhood home, complete with his birth certificate on the wall. Owned/rented by the local Hampton Inn and includes breakfast at the hotel.
Explore the life and times of Mt. Airy's most famous son at the Andy Griffith Museum. It also houses items donated by other actors, including Don Knotts (Barney Fife), George Lindsey (Goober) & Betty Lynn (Thelma Lou).
Hop in a vintage Mayberry squad cars as a "deputy" tour guide shares the sights and sounds of Andy Griffith's hometown.
It features the same stage where a young Andy Griffith made his first appearance, singing a song in the school's talent show.
Tracing the Ararat River & Lovills Creek, Granite City Greenway forms a 6.6-mile horseshoe around Mt. Airy. The paved route allows for walking, running & cycling. Includes kayak & canoe launches and trout fishing spots.
Bear Creek is a popular gift store and fudge shop in downtown Mount Airy featuring a wide selection of Mayberry-themed merchandise.
Beary Country carries a large selection of glassware, antiques, primitives, vintage items, baskets, home decor, holiday items, furniture, Willow Tree and Yankee Candles.
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.
Set amidst a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Cross Creek Country Club is an 18-hole championship layout that stretches to nearly 6,800 yards from the back tees and plays to a par of72.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's delayed harvest is a popular program in which certain waters are stocked with rainbow, brook and brown trout in spring and fall.