Thomas Wolfe Memorial - historic site         Broken link?

World-renowned novelist Thomas Wolfe grew up in this 28-room Victorian boardinghouse once run by his mother. It served as the background for his first book, "Look Homeward, Angel." Tours and exhibits offer a fascinating look at the famous author (born nearby in 1900) and at a bygone way of life! Seasonal activities include summer music performances on the front porch.
Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for children. Admission for pre-registered adult groups is $2.50 per person. School groups are admitted free.
The historic site is closed on Mondays. For information call (828) 253-8304.
This national historic landmark is one of 27 historic sites managed by the N.C. Division of State Historic Sites (, within the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources (
Events at the Wolfe Memorial and other state historic sites are listed at

Address: 52 N. Market St.
Asheville, North Carolina  28807
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Created 6/20/2014

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