Historic Bethania

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Historic Bethania

Visitors can experience our heritage in North Carolina’s first planned Moravian community. Bethania offers a real living and working town that is also devoted to preserving its history of over 252 years.


Historic Bethania offers a chance to explore the restored 1790s Wolff-Moser House, 1894 Alpha Chapel and enjoy a walk on the 1.5-mile Black Walnut Trail. Come to Bethania and discover a place where history lives.

5480 Bethania Rd
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