Albemarle, North Carolina

In the year 1664, Albemarle was founded, it made plenty of progress over the years, & there are a lot of hidden treasures within it. It is a nice place to reside in. The land has been developed righteously and properly with a wide variety of awesome real estate built on top.

The lawns, trees, flowers, roses, plants, mountains, bushes, & woods are awe-inspiring. There are an array of locations to visit in Albemarle. Travelers who come to Albemarle will enjoy it thoroughly.

The Stanly County Museum

The Stanly County Museum is a destination to learn about a sufficient amount of history of Albemarle. People can get in free and there are restrooms within.

The employees will welcome them with the open arms at the visitor center & answer their questions promptly. Visitors will get access to maps, brochures, & other helpful literature.

Plus, they created a gift shop so the travelers can purchase souvenirs for some of their family members, friends, and colleagues back home.

The two houses that are embedded in the museum do have deep history. The Freeman-Marks House is certainly one of the oldest known homes in that area that still stands.

The Isiah W. Snuggs House is a property that was built in the year 1852. They are preserved rather well. There is a Heritage Gallery in the museum also. The Stanly County Museum have a certain room where the people can do research to an extent.

Plenty of the relics can be viewed inside the museum, on their website, and on their YouTube channel.

More great research can be done at the Margaret Johnson Heritage Room that is situated in the Stanly County Public Library. COO!!!!!!! There are also some other museums in the vicinity that will give the visitors even more history.

Yes, the Stanly County Museum is located at 245 E Main Street, Albemarle, NC 28001 & that’s downtown. They open their doors at 10:00 AM & close them at 5:00 PM. Their days are Wednesdays through Fridays.

In the month of October, the staff opened every 1st Saturday again. The First People of the Stanly County have been exhibited at the museum.

The Town Creek Indian Mound

The Town Creek Indian Mound does let the travelers know that the Indians arrived and settled in Albemarle & other parts of North Carolina, before any other groups. WHOA!

Since that is the case, the Town Creek Indian Mound is so dedicated to re-confirming that fact but they do so with good tact, creativity, humor, and interesting ideas. It is free to enter too.

So the visitors will learn a lot & have fun too. HA-HA! The families will enjoy themselves there, dance good and silly, play, smile, laugh often, have picnics, see historical buildings, view outside exhibits, and walk on dirt paths.

The staff members do a lot of sincere good there with their thoughtfulness, care, compassion, events, authenticity, and more. They open their doors at 9:00 AM and close at 5:00 PM.

Their days are Tuesdays through Saturdays. On Sundays, they open their doors at 1:00 PM & close those at 5:00. They are closed on Mondays & top holidays.

The Town Creek Indian Mound is located at 509 Town Creek Mound Road, Mt. Gilead, NC 27306. The contact email address is towncreek@ncdcr.gov. The contact phone number is 910–439–6802.

Doctor Joffre celebrated his birthday there on July 11, 2015. He knows quite a lot about North Carolina archaeology so the staff members are giving him the respect that he earned multiple times over.

The St. Jude 5K Fundraiser occurred on July 25, 2015. Yes, the Town Creek Indian Mound posted some bold media regarding Town Creek & burial hut.

The Albemarle Grade School and Central School

The Central Elementary School have rich history. WHOA!!! The Albemarle Graded School and the Central School were built way back at the streets N. Third & E. North.

In the year 1920, the Central School went up in flames so the good folks of Albemarle refurbished it and incorporated more greatness to it.

So it became much better than it was. AY!!!!! In 1925, they named the elderly structure Central Elementary School and more enhancements were appended to give the occupants more space to enter, learn, and exit.

So the travelers should take a tour of the school because it does stand out and it made it through a lot. COO!!!!! Just being in the Central Elementary School will motivate more folks to try hard to overcome adversities.

The Educational Vineyards

The Morrow Mountain State Park have trails for some of the hiking, streams for fishing and wishing, forests to explore, spots for lunch, and campsites for resting.

Farms can be viewed at the top of the mountain. The travelers will get to see more of nature while doing activities with their families. AY!!! The Uwharrie Mountain Vineyards, Stony Mountain Vineyards, and Dennis Vineyards are educational destinations that the adults can travel to while their children are in their rooms safe & sound.

So the parents will obtain the extensive knowledge regarding wine. They can purchase unique art and pottery to give to their loved ones as souvenirs at the Uwharrie gift shop. Some mountains and lakes can be seen at times.

The Conclusion

Yes, the Opera House-Starnes Jewelers Building is another historical place that the visitors can go to. HA-HA!! They will have good times in Albemarle, North Carolina and highly recommend it & other areas in that terrific state.