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SHOP IN MOSES CONE MANOR

294 Blue Ridge Parkway | BLOWING ROCK, NC

828-295-7938

JUNE - OCT HOURS

OPEN DAILY | 10AM-5PM

NOVEMBER HOURS
APRIL-MAY HOURS

Flute Making Demo at Moses Cone Manor

September 30 @ 10:00 am - October 2 @ 4:00 pm
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Tapestry Weaving Demo at Moses Cone Manor

October 7 @ 10:00 am - October 9 @ 4:00 pm
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Cottonwood Bark Carving Demo at Moses Cone Manor

October 10 @ 10:00 am - October 13 @ 4:00 pm
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inside Moses Cone Manor

Turned bowls, ceramic tableware, woven garments, and more handmade crafts are displayed in several rooms on the first floor. Come enjoy our seasonal craft demonstrations on the front porch while soaking up the views.

 

CRAFT DEMONSTRATIONS

Memorial Weekend - October

Visitors are invited to watch and interact with Guild artisans demonstrating their craft on the enclosed porch. Visit craftguild.org/events or call 828-295-7938 for the schedule.

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Cone Manor House

SINCE 1951

Parkway Crafts

For over six decades, the Guild and the National Park Service have opened the Moses Cone Manor to the public each spring. With abundant natural beauty at the Cone estate, the Guild bridges the landscape with its people in a splendor of craftsmanship. Moses and Bertha Cone built their home, nestled among the mountains with vast views of the Blue Ridge.

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