Located at the Surry Arts Council in historic downtown Mount Airy, pass the time viewing memorabilia donated by the actor showcasing his days on the big and the small screen. Also take in the Andy and Opie statue erected by the TV Land Network.
The council sponsors many theatrical events at the Andy Griffith Playhouse which showcase the areas performing and visual arts through a variety of programs. Outside of the Playhouse, take in the Andy and Opie statue erected by the TV Land Network.
Floyd's Barber Shop located in historic downtown Mount Airy is a must see which showcases the "Wall of Fame" featuring over 18,000 pictures of tourists that have come through including a few celebrities!
Dearly departing from Old North State Winery in downtown Mount Airy, take a lantern-lit walk through time and experience local ghost stories and legends. Occurs Friday and Saturday nights, June through October.
Enjoy a ride in one of the Mayberry squad cars for an exciting tour in the historic town of Mount Airy. See several Mayberry landmarks including Floyd's Barber shop, Blue Bird Diner, Snappy Lunch, and the homeplace of Andy Griffith.
The old city jail is located at 215 City Hall Street in Historic Downtown Mount Airy and is a re-creation of "The Courthouse" seen on many episodes of The Andy Griffith Show. You won't miss the vintage 1962 Ford Galaxie squad car sitting out front.
Among the listed Historic Sites in Mount Airy is Wally's Service Station, originally built in 1937 and restored approximately three years ago. Don't forget to stop by for your Mayberry souvenirs, collectibles, apparel, coffees and more.