“in the furniture capital of the world”
Known as the Bureau of Information in 1926, this restored, beautiful, 19th-century dresser is the “World’s Largest Chest of Drawers.” Standing 32 feet high, it was built to call attention to High Point as the Furniture Capital of the World.
It's a neat thing to see but there is no information about it or anything outside of it. Makes for a fun picture and a two minute stop.
Very cool! Well kept up although there is a sign to 'save' it. Nice clean college-y town! Good photo op! :-)
Pretty neat! It looks to actually be a home or office of some kind. It also seems to be in trouble if being torn down.
Great photo opt
This is a fun quick stop. We got a couple of photos and then moved on quickly. We planned it so we could get dinner close by. I wouldn't make a special trip just to see it but if it's on your way and you need a quick leg stretch then it's neat.
It was a goofy quick photo stop. No signage or explanation present. Cute though.
Fun stop, bigger than expected. Don't miss the big Highboy down the road in Jamestown
This was a quick stop. nothing super special but it was cool to see. Plenty of parking across the street. You'll have to either stand in the road or across the street to get the picture of the entire chest of drawers
It's pretty cool! You turn the corner and BAM... giant dresser in your face! If you're not into the quirky road-side stuff, it's not for you.
We thought this was a fun find. Nothing to spend a lot of time at, but fun to get out of the car and see this road side attraction. The world's tallest high boy is very near here as well. It is at the Funitureland store. We accidentally found it, which made this a two for one stop for us.
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