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Dave Miller Homestead


The Miller House was built in 1909 and is now preserved as a reminder of the way folks used to live in these mountains. A barn, corn crib, hog pen, root cellar, smoke house, chicken house, spring house and, of course, an outhouse surround the old frame house. During the summer months, local musicians, storytellers and demonstrators of traditional folkways visit the house on Saturday afternoons to share their talents. October's autumn colors make a trip up to the house a treat. Every November the house gets decked out in holiday finery for the Old Time Christmas at the Homestead. Hot cider and snacks are served and live music fills the house.

The homestead is open Memorial Day to Labor Day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday and weekends in October.

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