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Wright Brothers National Memorial


category : Memorials
Site of the world's first controlled powered flights by the Wright Brothers on December 17, 1903. Museum exhibits, reproduction of the 1903 airplane and 1902 glider. Monument to the Wright Brothers, reproduction of living quarters and hangar. First flight grounds.




Address:
800 Colington Rd
Hwy 158, MP 7.5
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
Phone: (252)441-7430
Our Website:www.nps.gov/wrbr

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Colony IV By The Sea

87 rooms, 8 efficiencies. Continental Breakfast, Guest Laundry, Microwave, Non-Smoking Rooms Available, Outdoor Shower, Refrigerator, Fireplace, Coffee Maker, Spa/

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Sun Realty - Kill Devil Hills

Sun Realty represents over 1500 vacation homes along the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina. Cottages & Condos available in Duck, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Buxton and Hatteras Island. We specialize in making great family vacation memories!

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Miller's Restaurant

Seafood, beef, pasta, chicken. Bar. Children's menu available. Open March - November. All major credit cards accepted.

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Coastal Cactus Southwest Restaurant & General Store

Southwestern cuisine, serving chicken, vegetarian selections, low carb friendly, steak, seafood, TexMex and Kids Menu. Lunch & Dinner. Bar - Full ABC. Open all year.

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Things to do Memorials near Kill Devil Hills, NC

Duplin County Veterans Memorial Museum

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Herbert Bluethenthal Memorial Wildflower Preserve

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CSS Neuse State Historic Site & Governor Richard Caswell Memorial

The site of the CSS Neuse, one of three Civil War ironclads, and the Richard Caswell Memorial rests on the banks of the Neuse...

Edmundson-Fox Memorial

Stone marker commemorates the spot where the first religious service on record was held in the Carolinas. William Edmundson, ...