This Quirky TV Show Museum In North Carolina Is A Flashback To The 1980s

Visit the Boar’s Nest in Rougemont, North Carolina and you may not find Bo, Luke, Daisy, Uncle Jess, or Boss Hogg – but you’ll find just about everything else having to do with the 1980s TV phenom known as “The Dukes of Hazard.” In what just may be the only unofficial Dukes of Hazard Museum in the world, this quirky North Carolina attraction is a must-see for Dukes fans of all ages.

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The Boar’s Nest Facebook page is the best spot to find the current hours. At present, they’re listed as three days a week: Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free but if you want to support the museum, there’s a gift shop where you can purchase memorabilia or make a donation. Have you visited this wacky TV museum in North Carolina? We’d love to know!

Address: 4647 Helena Moriah Road, Rougemont, NC, 27572

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