The Walton's Museum is a special blend of history, nostalgia and entertainment. The same building where young Earl Hamner, Jr. attended school now houses replicas rooms from "The Waltons," the memorable television series he created. Step back in time and memory to John-Boy's bedroom, the Waltons' kitchen and living room, and Ike Godsey's store, which also serves as the museum's gift shop. Handicap accessible. The museum also has an exhibit room with models and a soapstone display and a Recipe Room. Open 10 – 3:30 daily from first Saturday in March through the last Sunday in November with the exceptions of Easter, Thanksgiving, and the last Saturday in September. Admission is $8 for adults, $7.00 per person for groups of 20 or more. Children 5 and under are free.
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