Experience the traditions of Appalachian folk life first-hand at this re-created village, which features demonstrations of Colonial- to more contemporary-style arts and crafts such as bird carving, pottery making, stained glass working, spinning, weaving and woodcarving. Visitors will observe artisans at work in restored authentic log cabins in this artisan village, situated on the grounds of the former Little Crossings Inn, a 19th-century stagecoach stop.
The village is comprised of 12 restored log houses and buildings, including a church and mill; two of the historic structures date from Revolutionary War days. Public programs and events are sponsored at the site throughout the year, including the Summer Festival and Quilt Show. Customized group tours for 25 or more can be arranged in advance; call for details and current schedule of events.
Located off Hwy 40, open Monday-Saturday.