Old Jones Gap Church
With the following 360-degree virtual tour, you can virtually explore the over 100-year-old abandoned Old Jones Gap church, North Carolina at your own pace. The virtual tour starts you outside and then takes you inside the small 2,056 square foot church. Do you like urban exploring? Here is a map with tons of GPS locations for you to get out and explore.
View an 8K 360VR video of the abandoned North Carolina Church.
About the abandoned church
The Old Jones Gap Church in Hendersonville, North Carolina is a .17 acre property and was first opened in 1913 by Hicks Jones. The church is now abandoned due to damage and a new church was constructed in 1995 across the street. Volunteers have tried to preserve this historic location over the years. Tax records show the building is 2,056 square feet. Reviewing the property records, there is also a 972 square foot basement, which was not explored or photographed.
If you have any more information about this location please leave a comment below. Do you like Abandoned Churches? If so, here are two more that you might be interested in, the Jesus Miracle Chapel and the Universal Healing Center.
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