Unique experiences await you in Statesville. Whether shopping in our downtown or outlets, visiting our five historic districts, attending one of our nationally known festivals, playing a round of golf, or dining in one of our fine restaurants, there is something for everyone in Statesville!
The historic home of Colonel Silas Alexander Sharpe has stood as a silent witness to the changing fortunes of Statesville, North Carolina since 1866. Located at 402 South Center Street, Statesville. The house is open for tour groups by special appointment only. Contact Keith Rhyne-Site Manager at 704-682-7508 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
704-873-7347, 134 Court Street. Admission: $6.00. Open to public: Tuesday-Saturday-10 am-5 pm. Iredell Museums’ Court Street Gallery offers seven rotating contemporary art exhibits throughout the year. Now featuring The Mummy Treasure of Al Faiyum!
704-592-2075, 4635 Linney’s Mill Road, Union Grove, NC. Linney’s Mill is one of the few fully operational grist mills in North Carolina. There is a mill store and swinging bridge on the property.
704-592-7451, 169 Henry Martin Trail, Love Valley, NC. Founded in 1954, the Town of Love Valley is a western resort town nestled in the Brushy Mountains featuring shops and 800 acres of horse riding trails. For more information, please go to: http://www.townoflovevalley.com/
704-871-8664, 1615 Cinema Drive, Statesville. Enjoy the latest hits as you relax in the plush seating and treat yourself with popcorn, hot dogs or other delights from the concession area.