We are locally owned and operated and look forward to serving the greater Sandhills region for many years to come. We look forward to getting to know our community while participating in a significant way.  With over 100 combined years of cinema experience, our ownership group is committed to providing a clean, safe, friendly and fun environment for all.


Welcome to Reverie Hill Farm!

We are the proud stewards of a family owned and operated homestead, located in the Sandhills region of North Carolina. We specialize in growing unique, and heirloom varieties of seasonal flowers, vegetables, and pumpkins. We offer flower bouquets, mason jar and specialty vase arrangements, custom floral design services, DIY buckets, mixed vegetable baskets, when available, and a wide variety of décor pumpkins in the fall. We also have a lovely little flower that we use on occasion at pop-up events around town. Our cart is also available to rent for your own special event!

We believe in finding joy, despite circumstance; that even in the midst of the most difficult struggles of life, little moments of joy can be found in the simplest of things. We have experienced those precious moments abundantly at Reverie Hill, and that is what guides us to pour our hearts into the things we grow. There is no greater reward for us than seeing the same joy we find here, in the eyes of others. It is our sincere hope that through the products and services we provide, you will find it too, even if only for a moment.

Moore County’s most notorious haunted attraction now boasts 2 mind bending attractions under one roof.

2022- Aberdeen Fear Factory… Celebrating 12 Years of Fear


Open rain or shine!


Enjoy our twisted carnival activities while you wait. Bungee Run, Blackout Mazes, Velcro Walls, And Dunk The Clown! Concessions and beverages are available in our Beer tent as well!


Opening Day: Sept- 30th

Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays In October.

Ticket sales are from 7:30pm – Midnight






$25 per person

There are no special prices for children. 13 or under must be accompanied by an adult; parental discretion is advised.


$35 per person


$15 per person

There are no special prices for children. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Weather Permitting, Rain-Checks are available during rain-outs



Please visit our RULES PAGE.

Now Accepting Volunteers for our 2022 Season:
Please contact us at fear@aberdeenfearfactory.com or at 910-944-0908. Visit our Volunteer Page for more details.


James Creek Cider House makes premium, harvest-based ciders from Southern heirloom and cider apple varieties grown in our orchards in Moore County, North Carolina and other NC family farms.

The CGA Hall of History opened in February 2018 and is filled with a collection of clubs, scorecards, pictures, trophies and people who have made this part of the country one of the most historic when it comes to golf.

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The National Railroad Museum and Hall of Fame, Inc. was officially opened in 1976. The purpose of the museum is to create that time when railroads were the main source of long distance travel and passenger train service was at its zenith. A must-see spot for railroad buffs, historians, students, out-of-towners and local residents. Visitors are guaranteed to leave with a new outlook on trains and a deeper understanding of the history that surrounds them. Admission is free. The museum is open Saturday & Sunday 1 – 4 pm. For appointments during other times please contact: Tim Nevinger 910-280-9253

For more than a thousand years, Indians lived an agricultural life on the lands that became known as North Carolina. About the 11th century A.D., a new cultural tradition emerged in the Pee Dee River Valley. That new culture, called ‘’Pee Dee’’ by archaeologists, was part of a widespread tradition known as ‘’South Appalachian Mississippian.’’ Throughout Georgia, South Carolina, eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina, and the southern North Carolina Piedmont, the new culture gave rise to complex societies. These inhabitants built earthen mounds for their spiritual and political leaders, engaged in widespread trade, supported craft specialists, and celebrated a new kind of religion. Town Creek, situated on Little River (a tributary of the Great Pee Dee in central North Carolina), has been the focus of a consistent program of archaeological research under one director for more than half a century.

Established shrine of the most distinguished Tar Heel men and women of letter. Displays, photographs and lists of works for such notable writers as Thomas Wolfe, O. Henry (William S. Porter), Paul Green and James Boyd, whose former home now houses the Hall. Open Mon.-Fri. 10 am-2 pm. Admission Fee.

The Tufts Archives preserves the unique history of Pinehurst, North Carolina from its founding in 1895 to the present. The archives, located in a wing of the Given Memorial Library on the Village Green in Pinehurst, was built in 1975. Its creation was spurred by Richard S. Tufts, grandson of the founder of the village. He created the Tufts Foundation, which provided the funding for the construction of the archives and provided an endowment for its continued operation. Tufts Archives is a private institution and open to scholars and the public Monday through Friday from 9:30 AM until 5:00 PM and from 9:30 AM until 12:30 PM on Saturday.

The U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum will temporarily close on March 16, until further notice, to support the effort to contain the spread of the Coronavirus.  We will update our social media channels to keep the public informed of our operating status.

One of the Army’s most modern and newest museum, the $22.5 million facility features film and video productions, interactive displays, rare artifacts and dramatic life-size exhibits about the history and adventures of airborne and special operations units. The museum is Open 10 am-5 pm Tuesday through Saturday, and Noon-5 pm on Sunday. Closed Monday. Admission is Free. Donations are graciously accepted.