Murphy, NC 28906
We are a veteran owned company in Murphy, NC offering tours of some of the area’s most historical and exciting places. Each of the tours have been carefully selected to represent the best the area has to offer; not only in entertainment but in historical and cultural heritage. https://toursofmurphy.com
7289 US Highway 64 W, Murphy, NC 28906
Fun for all ages! Challenging 18 hole course located in a beautiful mountain setting. Mayfield ice cream, milkshakes, cold soft drinks, nachos and chips. Souvenir shop. Recently added is a gem mine feature. Visit them on Face Book at BearCreekMiniGolf
HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11-9
Friday & Saturday 11-11
Hours are subject to change and weather dependent.
125 Chestnut Street, Andrews NC 28901
Modern art museum located on the mezzanine level of the historic Valley town Cultural Arts building. Annual exhibits showcasing local and regional artists. Follow Facebook page for show calendar.
220 Country Hearth Lane, Andrews NC 28901
Live Music Venue with Dance Floor. Weekly Dance on Saturday Nite. Family environment.
Building available for special event rentals.
Murphy, NC 28906, United States
Bringing together a love of the arts and the joy of having fun!
You’ll provide the location (with table/chairs and water source), beverages and snacks and we’ll provide you and your guests with all the supplies to complete a beautiful piece of art that each person will take home with them.
Price per person ranges from $20-$26. Maximum of 25 and minimum of 8 participants.
For more information, please email Ali Dee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828.557.9377https://www.facebook.com/ArtsPartybyAli
19 Tennessee Street, Murphy, NC 28906, United States
A warm welcome awaits you at the Parson’s Pub. We believe in old fashioned, face to face, friendly conversation. You will not find any televisions or loud music. Just a warm place to feel at home and enjoy…
Standing right in the center of Historic Murphy, NC. The Parson’s Pub and Restaurant is at the heart of the city and the heart of the peaceful, beautiful Smoky Mountains. Parking is limited and is located on the street and out back.
We pride ourselves on our extensive beer menu (over 50!). Talk to one of our “Beervangelists” to help you try a new favorite! If you request a beer we do not carry, we will attempt to get it.http://www.theparsonspub.com
25 Peachtree Street, Murphy, NC 28906, United States
DISTINCTIVE DOWNTOWN DINING!
Dinner entrees feature signature chef specialties a well as steak, seafood, chicken, and pasta dishes. Don’t miss our Two Dine for $25.99 special – one appetizer, two dinner entrees & one dessert.
Lunches include homemade soups and quiches, fresh salads, classic deli sandwiches and lunch entrees. Don’t miss our $6.99 Lunch Specials including drink.
SHOEBOOTIES IS THE RIGHT CHOICE NO MATTER WHAT THE NIGHT:
Wednesday nights are Trivia Night, $5 coupon to winning team members.
Thursday Nights are All You Can Eat Crab Legs.
Friday Nights feature Baby Back Ribs & Live Music.
Saturday Nights feature Garlic Encrusted Prime Rib & Live Music.
Shoetinis Lounge upstairs is open to 10:00.
ShoeBooties – the mood is relaxed; the food is outstanding!http://www.shoebootiescafe.com
565 Aquone Road, Andrews, NC 28901
90 Tennessee St, Murphy, NC 28906, United States
740 Hiawassee River Road, Murphy, NC 28906
A television and radio media that provides faith and family programming as well as covering local events and more. The email address is email@example.com://whimtv.net
359 Adventure Ranch Rd, Murphy, NC 28906, United States
Step back in time, spend a day in the country and enjoy old fashioned fun for EVERY age. Gem Mining, gold panning, mini golf, skeet shooting, pistol range, wagon rides, paintball arcades, plus a bounce castle and mini car track. PET FRIENDLY/ Free picnic areas/ No admission fee/ lodging and camping on site. Rated #1 Murphy attraction by Trip Adviser. Guests rave about our gift shop. Open March – Thanksgiving week. Check website for seasonal hours. Now open Tuesdays – Saturdays, 10 to 5; Sundays, noon to 5.http://www.WagonMasterRanch.com
Tennessee Street, Murphy, NC 28906, United States
The Historic Henn Theatre in Murphy North Carolina was established in 1934 and is now starting to shine even brighter! We have added all new surround-sound to the theater and are working on expanding the facilities as well as offering a larger selection of concessions. our hope is that you will walk into the theater and experience the history, as well as enjoy the technology of the future.http://www.thehenntheater.com
Murphy, NC, United States
The Murphy library contains about 12,000 fiction books, 700 audiobooks and 1,300 DVDs. The Andrews Public library offers a computer lab and has a total of about 20,000 books, plus auiobooks and DBDs.
The Murphy Public Library is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday
The Andrews Public Library is open from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.http://www.youseemore.com/nantahala
777 Casino Parkway, Murphy, NC 28906, United States
Harrah’s Valley River Casino & Hotel in Cherokee County is a project of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The location is an 85-acre tract of tribal land in the Western North Carolina Mountains near U.S. 1/74. This is an hour from Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in Cherokee NC and two hours from Chattanooga, Knoxville, and Atlanta. The 60,000 sq. ft. casino features an eight story hotel with 300 + rooms & suites. It is a class III (live dealers) gaming casino.
Food Choices at the casino are: Panda Expsress, Papa Johns, Nathans, Earl of Sandwich & Starbucks.https://www.caesars.com/harrahs-cherokee-valley-river
66 Hiwassee Street, Murphy, NC 28906, United States
Chevelles means Bold and Beautiful.. Chevelles is a Motor Sports Themed Restaurant and Bar with Apparel. Come enjoy Lunch and Dinner and Take-out anytime at Chevelles. Catering available for special events and parties. Open daily 11:00 a.m. – Midnight & beyond.http://chevellerestaurants.com/
125 Main St, Andrews, NC 28901, United States
Andrews Cinema is a twin screen movie theater that gets the newest movies has the best quality digital picture and sound at a fraction of the costs of the big chain theaters. We offer some of the best concessions and award winning popcorn! Ticket prices start at $4.00 for children, $5.00 for seniors, & $6.00 for adults. Matinee prices are $5 for adults. We also have 3D movies at only $1.00!http://www.andrewstwin.com
1 Folk School Rd, Brasstown, NC 28902, United States
John C. Campbell Folk School provides experiences in non-competitive learning and community life that are joyful and enlivening. Located in scenic Brasstown, North Carolina, the Folk School offers year-round weeklong and weekend classes for adults in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.
Folks come together in this haven, tucked in the beautiful western North Carolina mountains, to have creative and fun learning experiences. The Folk School’s motto, “I sing behind the plow,” reflects our desire to find joy in our daily lives.
Programs & Classes
You’ll find deep satisfaction in the development of creative skills in a supportive, hands-on learning environment at the Folk School. We offer adults more than 800 weeklong and weekend classes year-round in traditional and contemporary craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing. Friendly, knowledgeable instructors teach our small-sized classes.
The Folk School’s Craft Shop reflects the rich heritage of our Appalachian region and the talented artisans who live and work locally and regionally. Representing over 300 craftspeople, it offers everything from decorative jewelry to functional fireplace poker sets. Take home handcrafted pottery, turned wood bowls, and fiber creations like scarves and table linens. The Craft Shop is also proud to be the home of the world-renowned Brasstown Carvers.
The Folk School’s free Friday night concert series features some of the finest regional and national acts performing old-time, bluegrass, folk, gospel and Celtic music.
Community dances are usually held every other Saturday evening and are relished by local residents and visitors who enjoy contra and square dancing to live music.
The History Center traces the story of the Folk School from its beginning and provides an overview of Appalachian culture. It houses a collection of handcrafted objects, old documents and letters, and photographs; including those of famed photographer Doris Ulmann.
Numerous walking trails meander the 300-acre campus, including the Rivercane Walk, a creekside trail with art honoring the Cherokee heritage of the Appalachian area.”http://www.folkschool.org