There is perhaps no better way to explore the Village of Pinehurst than the way its visitors and residents did over a century ago – on foot. Today, thirty-two of the original thirty-eight cottages that were built in the late 1800s line the streets of this quaint village, a National Historic Landmark. And with the help of the “Village of Pinehurst: A Historic Walking Tour” book, you can follow four carefully planned walking tours, discover details about the homes and other historic buildings, see original photos and learn about the first owners of these beautiful cottages.
View the Cherokee Route
Delve into the Village of Pinehurst’s illustrious past, and purchase your copy of the book at the Visitors Center at 65 Community Road in Pinehurst or at the Tufts Archives in Pinehurst.