Wallace is a small, historic southeastern town with a charming characteristic all its own. It has a pace of life that is slower and beckons you to stop and explore what’s just below the surface. Imagine exploring the historic train depot in downtown or visiting local farm stands for fresh produce. You may also stumble across a quaint antique store just off the beaten path and discover that the proprietor is a master craftsman for one-of-a-kind furniture and the proprietress’ lemonade is the best you’ve ever tasted.
Wallace is located in Duplin County which is home to the world’s largest frying pan, Duplin Winery, The Country Squire Winery and historical plantations and museums. Throughout the county and the neighboring counties there is always a fun small town festival taking place. Some of those festivals include:
Carolina Strawberry Festival in downtown Wallace
Grape stomping at Duplin Winery
NC Musadine Harvest Festival at Duplin County Events Center
The Blueberry Festival in downtown Burgaw
Candlelight Christmas at Liberty Hall
No matter what your interests are, there is always something to discover around Wallace!