Visit This Abandoned Village In North Carolina For A Guided Tour Unlike Any Other

For the better part of three decades, North Carolina’s infamous Henry River Mill Village sat empty, decaying under the wings of Mother Nature’s loving arms. Stories about the town flooded the Internet, including this article that describes some of the notorious paranormal occurrences that have been reported in this abandoned village in North Carolina.

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Historic tours of Henry River Mill Village are offered at various times throughout the day and last one hour. Tickets are $15 for those over the age of 8; children under 8 are free. Purchase historic tour tickets at this link. More info is available on the official website.

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Address: 4255 Henry River Road, Hickory, NC, 28602