Welcome to the Summer Home of Moses and Bertha Cone
Textile magnate Moses H. Cone built this summer retreat with his wife, Bertha, at the turn of the 20th century. In 1949, the family donated the estate, which is listed on the Register of Historic Places, to the National Park Service. Visit Flat Top Manor and estate, now known as the Moses H. Cone Memorial Park, for the perfectly curated and winding carriage trails, historic manor, and Southern Highland Craft Guild craft shop. Learn more about the Cone family.
At a Glance
Points of Interest:
Visitor Center: Visit Flat Top Manor to talk with a ranger, browse the craft shop, or tour the house. Open seasonally; check the opening schedule for specific dates.
Sleeping and Eating:
Moses Cone Memorial Park has no sleeping or eating options. See nearby towns for accommodations. On the Parkway, Julian Price Park is nearby for camping.
Things to Do:
Tour the Manor: Join a ranger to learn more about the Cone family and the estate that they built in the mountains. Programs conducted seasonally; check the event calendar for more information.
Last updated: June 8, 2021