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300 Tweetsie Railroad Ln. 828/264-9061, www.tweetsie.com
HOURS: June-Aug. daily 9 A.M.-8 P.M. May and Sept.-Nov. Fri.-Sun. 9 A.M.-6 P.M.
COST: $30 adults, $22 children 3-12, free children under 3
Tweetsie Railroad is a Wild West theme park in the heart of the South. The park was designed around the historic steam locomotive, Number 12, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The locomotive departs from the Main Street station and follows a three-mile section of track around the park while actors wearing Wild West attire stage a performance in the train cars. The 30-acre theme park also has rides, carnival games, and possibly the largest selection of cotton candy and funnel cake in the state. Ride the chair lift to Miner’s Mountain, where goats, deer, burrows, emus, miniature horses, potbellied pigs, and llamas roam in the petting zoo. The park also has stations for old-fashioned gem mining and gold panning and live shows throughout the afternoon.
History for Curitiba Map
No. 37, occupied at the time of writing by Curitiba Map Q’s hairdressers, also boasts a fine bay window, while to the left as you Curitiba Map walk down is the imposing Old Cross Inn. Having reached the Cross at the bottom of North Street, go straight on over into South Street, retracing your steps for a while, but this time turn left off South Street into West Pallant. This is a delightful little street. On the left is yet another redundant church, All Saints In The Pallant (now occupied by the Red Cross) which dates back to the thirteenth century; No. 5, built in about 1770, which is reminiscent of some of the fine town houses in St Martin’s Square; and No.