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Andy Griffith's hometown of Mount Airy, North Carolina is home to the new Andy Griffith Museum. Come see the largest collection of Andy Griffith memorabilia collected by his friend Emmett Forrest. The collection features hundreds of items from the...more
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Non stop episodes are on throughout the museum... Every movie Andy Griffith was in is all in this museum. All of his songs and records are here. His Sheriff uniform, suits and other clothing are here as well. Information is provided on every cast member...More
Cool museum, liked the statue outside and the styrofoam cup collection with sketches of the shows characters on them were a very interesting display. Liked that you could just take a self paced tour of the museum. The Siamese twin displays were interesting also.
The museum is small and probably overpriced. Surprised at how small it was. Had some interesting information about andy griffith though. The whole thing is kind of spread out with other seemingly unrelated exibits in different buildings. The town is interesting but the mayberry stuff...More
This museum gives a thorough look at the Andy Griffith Show and Andy's career from beginning to end including movies and live productions. Especially interesting for this fan: Barney's salt and pepper suit (two of them); Otis' old costume including two beat-up hats; several scripts...More
We enjoyed the museum. It was smaller than we expected, but well done. It was handicap accessible which we appreciated. I had forgotten Andy had been in so many different movies...the "snippets" from those movies were good reminders.
This museum was very informative about the life of Andy Griffith and how he got into show biz and on TV. Lots of beautiful scenery and places to eat and visit. The Blue Ridge Ms. are a short distance away.
We recently visited the Andy Griffith Museum for the second time. The newly renovated museum is very well laid out & filled with interesting displays containing memorabilia relating to the Andy Griffith Show. I enjoyed reading the information in each of the displays. It is...More