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For decades, the Henry River Mill Village has sat dormant. On the surface, the once vibrant village appears abandoned, lost, and well beyond repair. Since being built in 1905, there has been a lot of history made in the village, including it's most...more
I loved my visit to the Henry River Mill Village! Truly friendly and knowledgeable people and a wonderful and interesting tour. Lots of history and cool things to see. It’s a great place if you’re a history buff and/or obsessed with The Hunger Games! Also...More
Henry River Village is full of rich history. This former mill is unique from other mills in the area because people had been living there starting in the mid 1800s until 2000! Calvin, one of the owners of the land, was a great tour guide...More
Anyone who considers themselves a history buff or an urbex enthusiast will not want to miss this. $15 got me an amazing and thorough tour with the extremely well-informed tour guide Taylor, who will take you along the grounds and inside the company store building,...More
This was AWESOME!! Old mill village tour was great. Very insightful and educational. The company store is super cool. Definitely worth checking out. It was also used for filming parts of the Hunger Games movie!!
Doogaloos and hunger games too! We got a great tour from the legendary bearded tour guide- he wove together the past, present, and exciting potential future of this unique site...and by the end, he wove his way into our hearts. Definitely worth checking out and...More
Awesome place for Hunger Game fans! Staff is extremely friendly and informative. Loved walking the property and seeing where the film was shot. Most definitely coming back to see again and come for their Mill Vill Festival in May!
Took my wife here on a day trip being she’s a huge hunger games fan and had the best experience ever. The gentleman that took us on the tour was very knowledgeable and explained the very interesting history of the town and it’s more resent...More