Tours

Behind the Doors Private Tours

Come join us for a one-of-a-kind behind the scenes guided tour of the Henry River Mill Village. The over 1-hour tour will take you back in time as you explore the abandoned brick Company Store, inside the unique Mill Houses and stroll through the beautiful landscape of the 72-acre Henry River Mill Village. All profits benefit the Henry River Preservation Fund.

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The Henry River Preservation Fund is a not for profit, 501(c)3 charitable organization that focuses it’s efforts on the preservation of the Historical Henry River Mill District and educating the public on the District’s significance to local North Carolina history, culture, and natural resources.

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8 hours ago

Henry River Mill Village

We did it - ALL 50 states in just 9 months! It's a great week for Henry River!

Nebraska: on the map!
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We're still awaiting official word, but Village gossip from those on the inside is that Henry River Mill Village was approved today by the State Historic Preservation Office for the National Register of Historic Places! That’s one short step away and a clear shot to officially being listed by the National Park Service. That loud noise was our whole family at HRMV screaming with excitement! This has been a goal of many since the Village was placed on the official study list, and we are beyond honored to be part of the team that will finally take it to the finish line. Thank you to everyone that supported and continues to support our efforts to preserve and share Henry River with future generations. Yes, those are tears of joy!

Henry River Preservation Fund we have a ton to celebrate at Mill Vill Fest this year!

Thank you Clayton Joe Young for this awesome aerial that always shows the beauty of Henry River!
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1 day ago

Henry River Mill Village

Appreciated the opportunity to share information about the Catawba Valley Community College Small Business Center and many other small business and Entrepreneurship resources with this year’s Catawba County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Catawba program today. Also got to talk about the Chamber’s Edison Competition, with Calvin Reyes, one of our 2018 winners, sharing his Henry River Mill Village business pitch. ... See MoreSee Less

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