Discover Statesville, North Carolina, Where It All Comes Together. Enjoy our downtown that blends historic architecture and walkable streets with magnificent one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques that sit alongside an eclectic mix of casual and fine dining restaurants and breweries. Attend one of our nationally known festivals, play a round of golf, tour our local distillery, enjoy live theater performances, the local music scene or escape room entertainment.
We are Statesville, North Carolina and we are proud of our 250-year history that surrounds us. From Fort Dobbs to Mitchell Community College, from Allison Woods to the Fourth Creek Burying Grounds, our stories of yesteryear can still be lived today.
211 Jennings Rd, 704-978-7175. Hours: M-Sat: 10 am-6 pm. The storied distilling heritage of Statesville is reawakened by Southern Distilling Company. Bringing high quality, local bourbon and brandy production back to this agricultural community, in a 25,000 square-foot, glass-fronted showplace, along Interstate 77, near the I-40 interchange. Supporting tourism and the enjoyment of Carolina country, the 20-acre grounds will also be home to a demonstration farm and orchard..and mini donkeys! For more information, go to: https://www.southerndistillingcompany.com/
205 W. Broad St, 704-873-0405. Hours: Mon-Sat: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, Sun: 1:00-5:00 pm. We’re your convenient neighborhood source for the very finest cosmetics from Merle Norman. For more information, please go to: http://www.merlenormanstudio.com/nc/statesville/mn-9144/
1833 Greenbriar Road. This park has 12 acres and is on the corner of Greenbriar Road and Pecan Street. The park has a multi-use slab with basketball goals, an informal baseball field, playground equipment, picnic shelter with tables, walking train, and restrooms. The park also contains a small lake.
212 N. Center Street. (704) 878-2383. Hours: Monday-Friday-Noon to 5 pm. Free Admission. Visitors can view over 1,000 photographs, mostly of the downtown area, dating back to the early 1900s through the 1960s. Other artifacts and memorabilia are also on display.
214 N. Center Street, 704-873-7015. Open Tue-Fri: 10 am-6 pm, Sat: 10 am-2 pm. Special Treasures operates under the umbrella of Children’s Homes of Iredell County. We are not just a store, but a workforce development program for youth. 100% of our proceeds go back into the program. We accept all gently used items as tax-deductible donations and sell them at reasonable prices. We are proud to offer quality items, name brands, and a lovely ambiance.