We took a tour at 10am which enabled us to explore the structure of this interesting hotel.
You will not be able to resist the crafts in the Gallery. My sister bought a huge LION (welded) and has it in her foyer. In addition to the Gallery, you MUST dine at the Grovewood Cafe...excellent. My last visit was in October 2011 and was a stop on the Gray Line Trolley Tour.
Visiting the Grovewood Gallery is like going to a museum and high-quality shop all at once.....in fact that is what you get. Some of the pieces on display are in museum settings surrounded by very unique items for purchase. They have incredible "wind forest" piecies on display outside and their collection inside is impressive.....from jewelry to fine furniture. The car... More
We have not visited the Car Museum, but we have been to the Grovewood Gallery on several occasions, and it is great. Lots of great local art on display, wood, pottery, jewelry, unique furniture, and lawn sculptures. Plus the grounds of the Grovewood itself are just beautiful to walk around.
We spent two hours just looking around! Incredible craftsmanship and quality. We bought several gifts too!
A great menu with many local treasured recipes such as fried green tomatoes that are delicious, and the crab cakes are the best we've tasted anywhere. The service is amazing, we have had many great experiences at this restaurant.
Boasting a rich heritage in fine crafting and located next to the luxurious Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa, this site is home not only to the Grovewood Gallery, but the Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum, North Carolina Homespun Museum and Grovewood Café as well. Named the country's Top Craft Gallery in 2003, you'll find an upscale shopping experience with exquisite... More
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