Join Historic Rural Hill and help support the rich history and heritage of Rural Hill and Mecklenburg County as we seek to preserve and sustain the remaining 265 acres which was the original homestead of Major John and Violet Wilson Davidson in 1760.
With your support we can maintain and expand the incredible offerings Rural Hill provides year 'round. Our annual events and educational programs will continue to educate and entertain the greater community for years to come, but only with your continued support! We ask that you consider joining one of our giving circles by making a three-year pledge. With your help we can continue to preserve this vital part of Mecklenburg’s past for future generations. Come and join us!
B A S I C
A basic membership includes the following:
Unlimited tours of Rural Hill for one year, admission free. (This does not apply to educational programming or events)
One complementary ticket to one of Rural Hill’s signature annual events, the Rural Hill Scottish Festival & Loch Norman Highland Games, the Rural Hill Amazing Maize Maze, or the Rural Hill Sheepdog Trials.
Subscription to the Rural Hill Piper newsletter
Inclusion in future education, programming, event, and discount emails for friends of Rural Hill.
Written recognition in a special once-yearly addition of the Rural Hill Piper newsletter
Complementary admission to the Calling of the Clans Ceremony at the annual Rural Hill Scottish Festival and Loch Norman Highland Games
C O U P L E
(Includes all the above benefits of membership × 2 at a $5 couple’s discount)
F A M I L Y
(2 Adults and any number of children under 18) $65.00
(Includes all the benefits of basic membership for one couple and their children)
Historic Rural Hill, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c) 3 corporation.
Historic Rural Hill is an educational organization that provides for recognizing, celebrating and preserving the rich heritage of Rural Hill
Rural Hill is an historic site and working farm owned by Mecklenburg County and operated by Historic Rural Hill, Inc., a non-profit 501c-3. With two hundred and fifty years of history behind it, Rural Hill is a restoration in progress. Enjoy two hundred sixty five acres of magnificent rural vistas, a variety of farm animals and wildlife, a 5k wooded trail that encircles the property, and our historic buildings and reconstructions. With eleven structures in all, we have the perfect setting to provide cultural heritage events, educational programs, self or guided tours, and so much more! We welcome all visitors and students to Rural Hill, where history springs alive!