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Historic Edenton State Historic Site


category : Historic Sites
Visitor Center, located at 108 North Broad Street provides 14 - minute audiovisual program, exhibits, gift shop, visitor information/orientation. Guided tours of five properties: 1736 St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1758 Cupola House (National Historic Landmark), circa 1782 Barker House, 1767 Chowan County Courthouse (National Historic Landmark) and early 19th-century Iredell House State Historic Site. Walking and trolley tours available with the Trolley Tour highlighting much of our African-American (African American) Heritage. Visitor Center free. Fee for tours. For more information call (252) 482-2637.Historic Edenton State Historic Site is one of many sites on the Historic Albemarle Tour (www.historicalbemarletour.org)




Address:
108 North Broad Street
Edenton, NC 27932
Phone: (252)482-2637
Our Email: linda.eure@ncmail.net
Our Website:www.edenton.nchistoricsites.org

Come visit us in Edenton, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events


Edenton National Fish Hatchery

Walking trails and ponds in back accessible for visitors. An addition of an educational facility has been built where conferences for up to 40

Edenton, NC Nature Centers

Providence Burial Ground

Burial ground of prominent African-American, free blacks and military people from late 18th century and 19th century. Notables buried there include: Thomas Barnswell, free black and noted builder; Molly Horniblow, grandmother of Harriet Jacobs;

Edenton, NC Cemeteries

Captain's Quarters Inn

Comfortable, elegant inn c.1907

Edenton, NC Businesses


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