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Brevard is a quaint and great small town in the mountains of Western North Carolina. It's famed for its white squirrels, which are I think a subspecies of the gray squirrel and not just an albino variant (but don't hold me to that -- I'm...More
The museum isn't especially big and it won't take a ton of time to do, but it is a really great stop for an hour or so. The people who ran the place were extremely nice and we learned a lot about summer camps that...More
Nestled in a little house next to the Post Office in Brevard, the exhibits are varied & interesting. Small children probably wouldn't be entertained but history buffs will like some of the collection (old medical implements!)
Everything looked so beautiful and all the trees took me back to my childhood and seeing these trees at my great grandmothers, great Aunts and mamaw's homes. Christmas was such a grand time when all the family got together.
We made an overnight trip to Brevard. Seeing the ATOM display of vintage aluminum trees at the museum was our driving force to go 125 miles one way. It was fun and funny. No charge but donations requested. After leaving we found so much more...More
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Management response:Responded December 21, 2015
I am glad you came to see the Museum's display and tour Brevard. There will be new ideas in the ATOM exhibit next year. We would love to see you agian.
After seeing reviews of 4.5 stars, we drove 80 miles to see this. I was expecting to see vintage ornaments along with the aluminum trees. There weren't many trees, and I didn't see any ornaments from the 50's and 60's. Some Christmas music would have...More
Management response:Responded December 13, 2015
Thank you for visiting our Museum and our current exhibit of aluminum trees. The exhibit has existed since the 1990's and has always featured a whimsical quirky theme for each tree. It is visited by hundreds each year from far and wide. I am sorry...More
This is a sweet little museum, free but asking donations. It gives a very good idea of our county's history. Right now, they are highlighting the areas history of children's camps. A good spot to spend 30-40 minutes, with a few activities for kids, and...More
Response from LanSluderBelize | Reviewed this property |
I don't know of any special exhibits set for August. The little museum does have permanent exhibits (photos, tools, etc.) on the history of Brevard and Transylvania County. The aluminum Christmas tree exhibit, which starts... More
I don't know of any special exhibits set for August. The little museum does have permanent exhibits (photos, tools, etc.) on the history of Brevard and Transylvania County. The aluminum Christmas tree exhibit, which starts in November, is the museum's biggest draw of the year.