The legendary Mendenhall Homeplace represents the legacy of a community of Quaker tradespeople and farmers who actively opposed slavery, promoted education and labored to create a life of peace and simplicity. A visit to the Homeplace will deliver sights of a false-bottom wagon that was used to help slaves escape to the North, a 200-year-old Pennsylvania "Bank Barn" and many other historical finds.
Adults $5; Children (13 and under) $2; Students and Seniors (62 and over) $3
603 West Main Street
Jamestown, NC 27282
Tuesday - Friday 11am - 3pm
Saturday 1pm - 4pm