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Tourism agency directs travelers to 'Three Billboards' locations

It’s worth climbing the 107 steps to view the surrounding mountains and the restaurants, boutiques, galleries and bookshops, which are interspersed with sites from the film: the Ebbing Police Department, Red Welby’s advertising company and Officer Dixon’s house.

“Take the path from the 1914 Courthouse to West Main Street and continue to Sassy Frass, a home décor store that was transformed into the Ebbing Police Department.

Red Welby’s office (the location of TenBiz, Inc., a consulting firm that develops strategy and manages projects for businesses and organizations) was on the second floor of the Jackson’s General Store building.

“A five-minute drive from downtown Sylva, country inns and mountain views invite a walk along the Tuckaseigee River before exploring Dillsboro’s century-old storefronts with rustic gift shops and galleries.

The guide mentions the lone deer that appeared to Mildred is from the Western North Carolina Nature Center, and that Woody Harrelson played chess with locals at Pritchard Park while in Asheville.

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