Owner Alma Venable maintains a special Aunt Bee room that houses a collection of items from actress Frances Bavier.
Most Saturdays during the year and Sundays in summer, enjoy back-to-the-basics wagon rides in historic downtown Mount Airy.
Items range from pottery to painted wood signs to fabrics to accessories for the home and bath to pillows and more.
Otis Campbell would be right at home in this Mount Airy business where visitors enjoy the first legal distillery in Mayberry since Prohibition!
Choose from a large selection of T-shirts and long-sleeve Tees, women's shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, fleece jackets, DVDs, CDs, books, pictures, posters, tin signs and more.
Memories on Main also teaches classes in such topics as: quilting, crocheting, chair caning and basic wood furniture refinishing.
Every Saturday morning since 1948, WPAQ has aired Merry-Go-Round, a live radio broadcast of old-time, bluegrass and gospel music.
Family-owned general store specializing in Amish meats and cheeses, whole food options, gluten-free flours and foods, non-GMO foods, locally grown and produced goods, whole grains, fresh baked breads, specialty baking and candy supplies, all in bulk packaging at reasonable prices.
Minglewood Farm & Nature Preserve was established in 2014 by Margie and Bill Imus and is based at their 65-acre property in northeastern Surry County, about 10 miles from Mount Airy.
The bake shop specializes in pies, but is also known for cupcakes, sonker, cookies, danishes, ice cream and other delights.
This refurbished country home played a starring role in the Nicholas Sparks movie "The Longest Ride."
More than just a full-service cycle shop, Mount Airy Cyclery is also a museum.