Davidson's Fort

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Davidson's Fort
General information
Status Open to the public
Type Tourism
Location Old Fort, McDowell County, North Carolina, United States
Coordinates 35°37′38″N 82°10′44″W / 35.6272°N 82.1789°W / 35.6272; -82.1789Coordinates: 35°37′38″N 82°10′44″W / 35.6272°N 82.1789°W / 35.6272; -82.1789
Technical details
Floor count 2
Floor area 2,600,000 sq ft (242,000 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Original designs form 18th Century
Developer Davidson's Fort Historic Park, Inc.

Davidson's Fort is a private nonprofit historical site and education based re-enactment monument of an 18th-century fort in Old Fort, North Carolina. Along with annual Civil War Days, the fort also offers bi-monthly events such as militia musters, as well as always offering an educational view into the daily lives of the early European pioneers that settled in McDowell County and western North Carolina.[1]

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