Historic Attractions

Bostick Schoolhouse


Some 159 years since it was founded, the Bostick School’s structure has once again emerged from an old shed on the property of Jerry & Jane Carriker. 

604 Clayton Carriker Road

Ellerbe, NC 28338

Richmond County Historical Society
P. O. Box 1763
Rockingham, N.C. 28380

(910) 895-1660

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Ellerbe Springs Inn & Restaurant

2537 US HWY 220
Ellerbe, NC 28338
(910) 6562-5600

Newspaper articles and testimonials from as far back as 1887 reference the healing waters of the spring on the Ellerbe Springs Inn property. Click below for more history on Ellerbe Springs. 

2537 US HWY 220

Ellerbe, NC 28338

(910) 652-5600

Click below for the Ellerbe Springs Inn website.

Leak-Wall House


The historic Leak-Wall house, built by John Wall Leak in 1853, was acquired by the Richmond County Historical Society in September of 1995.

Richmond County Historical Society 

405 East Washington Street

Rockingham, NC 28379

(910) 895-1660

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Town Creek Indian Mound State Historic Site


509 Town Creek Mound Road

Mt. Gilead, NC 27306

(910) 439-6802

Town Creek Indian Mound is a prehistoric Native American archaeological site located near present day Mt. Gilead in Montgomery County. A glimpse of pre-Columbian life in the Piedmont. The visitor center has interpretive exhibits, as well as audiovisual programs that bring alive a rich cultural heritage from the buried past. Self-guided tours of the rebuilt structures and mound are available.

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