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Currituck County Historic Jail

Next to the Currituck County Courthouse sits the original Currituck Jail. This jail was built after receiving legislative permission in 1767, burned down in 1808, then was rebuilt in 1857 and is one of the four oldest jails in North Carolina. The jail is a Jacobean brick building 32' X 20'

Currituck, NC Pioneer History

Corolla Chapel (Interdenominational)

The chapel was built in 1885 and served the Community until 1958. It was not used again until 1987 when a new congregation was established. In 2002

Corolla, NC Historic Churches

The Currituck Club

Host of the 2000 North Carolina Open. Golf Digest "Top 25 in North Carolina", Golf Digest 4 1/2 stars, Golf Digest "Best Places to Play" in 2004

Corolla, NC Golf Courses

Corolla Schoolhouse/Wild Horse Museum

Built in the early 1900s, this historic landmark was the first unified Corolla school created by the Currituck County School system and was open through the late 1950s. The schoolhouse has since been restored by Twiddy &

Corolla, NC Museums

Twiddy & Company Realtors

Vacation Rental Homes since 1978. We are proud to offer over 760 fine vacation rental homes in Duck, Corolla, and the 4x4 Beaches. Visit us at our website or office location. Visit us at our website or offices located in Duck and Corolla.

Corolla, NC Businesses

Whalehead Club

Built in the 1920s, this restored hunt club is known as the "Crown Jewel of the Outer Banks." On 28.5 acres, the first home on the Outer Banks to have an elevator, swimming pool, and basement.Open for tours daily year round.Admission is $7.00 for those 8

Corolla, NC Other Attractions

Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge

8,646 acres in the northeastern part of Currituck County. Visitors Center is in the Kitchen Tract Hunt Club, A small boat launch for boats of 16 foot or smaller, 20

Knotts Island, NC Wildlife Refuges

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