Transylvania Heritage Museum
Walking Tours


Behind the Scenes: West Main Tour

Explore Brevard from a different perspective and learn about what the Roaring Twenties were like in Transylvania County.

Departs from the Transylvania Heritage Museum at 10:30 a.m. October 10th.

If you would like to sign-up for this tour, please click photo

Clemson and CoEd Theaters in 1941
Clemson and Co.Ed Theaters. The Clemson was torn down in the 1990's due to disrepair.

Photo courtesy of Rowell Bosse North Carolina Room, Transylvania County Library.


"Our first and only Walking Tour to date was of the old homes on Probart Street.  It was fascinating to learn the history of each home and to tour the Red House Inn.  We are very much looking forward to future tours.  And, as luminary members of the Museum, the tours are free!"

B & S Watson

"Our family enjoyed the Ghost Story Tour in October. The various storytellers kept the attention of all, including our grandchildren, and it's a wonderful time of year to take a walk around Brevard." 

L. Anders

"Today I did the walking tour of West Main Street, Brevard, Our guide, Rebecca, did a fantastic job telling us about this town's Founding Fathers (& all without using any notes!). Can't wait to do the tour of East Main Street to find out more of our history."

P. David