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Korner's Folly is the architectural wonder and home of artist and designer Jule Korner. Built in 1880 in Kernersville, North Carolina, the house originally displayed his interior design portfolio. Visitors can now explore the 22 room house museum...more
All reviews self guided tour decorated for christmas unique home one of a kind interesting house top floor original furnishings low ceilings third floor tile work local history undergoing restoration decorated beautifully unique architecture piece of history fun place his wife
Such a fun house to explore. Not fully restored but they are working though it. Such a fun piece of history to explore. Totally think they should sell Hollywood to film a horror movie here. Very interesting and intriguing house.
This house is interesting in the decor and it's history. There's nothing really great. We went when it's decorated for christmas... overload. The self guided tour is ok but you have to read the numbers papers is each room. A guide would be nice for...More
Date of experience: November 2018
KornersFolly, Manager at Korner's Folly, responded to this reviewResponded 1 December 2018
Thank you for your visit and feedback. We apologize about your experience with the video -- due to our current setup, the introduction video room is separated from the gift shop by a curtain only, so sometimes it gets a little loud with lots of...More
This is the home of a Jule Gilmer Korner, a designer who had the home built to his specifications and most of the furnishings within are his design and are original to the house. He also painted all the Bull Durham signs around the country....More
You have never seen a house anything remotely like Korner's Folly. It may not look that unusual from the outside, but it's well worth your while to take some time (30-45 minutes) to check out the inside of the house. It's remarkable to see what...More
Fun house to tour with many original furnishings and quirky rooms and details. Make sure you check to see if its open before you go. They were closed Mon and Tuesday and it was just luck we planned to be there on Wendesday.
I read about this home via "36 hours in Winston Salem, NC" in the New York Times. Sounded intriguing so we decided to stop on our way out of Winston Salem. It's a very short drive from Winston Salem to this historic home in Kernersville. ...More
This 6000 square foot brick home was built in 1880 by Jule Gilmer Körner, who had made his fame and fortune painting advertisements for Bull Durham tobacco on the sides of buildings, and then later used this house as a showplace and sample case for...More
The wife of our friends suggested this stop in Kernersville while we were visiting an antique/farmer market.
This was way more interesting than could have been expected. This house is a treasure trove of woodworking and inventive use of airflow and space.
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I love that most of the place is yet in its unrestored condition. Knowing you are looking at exactly what the owner touched and built himself. So glad they are saving this house from further decay as it is a delight.