Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site

Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site

52 North Market St
Asheville, NC 28801
828-253-8304
 

The Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site is the childhood home of author, Thomas Wolfe. Wolfe immortalized his childhood home in his epic autobiographical novel, Look Homeward, Angel. This historic site is devoted to interpreting the life, literature and times of Thomas Wolfe through the use of his mother’s boardinghouse and Look Homeward, Angel. Located 25 miles north of Hendersonville in downtown Asheville.

Hendersonville’s Oakdale Cemetery is the location of the statue that Thomas Wolfe made famous in his epic autobiographical novel,  Look Homeward Angel.

Open Tuesday – Saturday. House tours are offered daily at half past each hour for a small fee. Group tours available by reservation.