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All reviews squad car tour rocking chairs granite quarry andy griffith show gas pumps great tour great photo opportunities gift shop for sale car load old cars another couple step back in time few blocks tow truck right next door great stop
Cute little souvenir shop with Mayberry memorabilia on the inside and ticket sales for tour inside. I wouldn’t go out of my way just to see this but if you’re in town it was a nice quick stop. It probably won’t take more than 10...More
We took a tour with our guide through Mt. Airy in a 1961 squad car. It was a rainy, cold day, but we still had a wonderful time. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and funny. We got to see the house in which Andy Griffith...More
We didn’t have a lot of time as we were here for a short weekend. We are not big shoppers which makes up most of Downtown - antique, memorabilia, and other goodies. But we wanted a cool and unique way to see the sights of...More
Nostalgia at its best at this free attraction. Spent about an hour.visiting this attraction that was chock full of memories from the show, from the Sheriffs Office to period patrol cars and tow truck, Wally's has it all. Proprietors could not have been nicer and...More
Down a little further than the rest of the shops / just follow Main Street down - takes you back in time - sheriffs car was out front - gentleman or historian was sitting in rocking chair on front porch - must see !
Wally’s Service Station brings you back to Mayberry in the land of Goober. There’s a soda pop machine outside and right next door is the Mayberry courthouse. Right behind Wally’s is The Darlin Shack, Mayberry Union High door front and school bus parked to the...More
This place is a hoot to visit and loaded with fun photo ops for the Instagram crowd. They also offer tours of the town in restored squad cars to replicate those from the Andy Griffith Show, since Mount Airy was the inspiration for Mayberry.