Hickory Ridge Living History Museum, located on the grounds of "Horn in the West," is an eighteenth-century living history museum highlighting the daily lives of our mountain ancestors. See live demonstrations of a various pioneer skills, such as hearthside cooking, flintlock rifle, blacksmithing, spinning and weaving, etc. Open Saturday mornings, May - October, and evenings (except Mondays) before "Horn in the West," Tues. - Sun., mid-June through mid-August. Admission to the museum is by donation. Don't miss our 4th annual Boone Heritage Festival on October 11, 2014!
Cost: Free - Admission free; donations encouraged. Closed Mondays.