National Historic landmark features Duke family's mid-1800s home, tobacco barns and original factory. Museum, film, tobacco production &
This 1830s reconstructed mountain farmstead is where North Carolina's Civil War-era Governor, Zebulon B. Vance, was born.
The house (c. 1821, 1848) and outbuildings served as the Rev. and Mrs. Burwell's Female School from 1837 to 1857
A beginning chapter in the story of America is kept on the north end of Roanoke Island at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, the place of England's first colonization efforts. Sir Walter Raleigh'
Home to the largest Civil War land battle to take place on North Carolina soil. Walk the fields on which 80,000
Ayr Mount is a meticulously restored 1815 plantation home. It is finely furnished with Federal Antiques and Decorative Art. The home, built by William Kirkland of Scotland, sits on 265
Preservation efforts have kept Old Beaufort much as it was when the town incorporated in 1722
Includes 1.5 acres, 1.3 mile nature trail, site of Revolutionary War skirmish, and 19th century gold mining.
This unique historic site, in the heart of Pisgah National Forest, includes the Forest Discovery Center, with hands-on exhibits and an 18
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'
Carl Sandburg, nationally renowned poet, biographer, folksinger and lecturer provided broad and enduring 20
Somerset Place is an antebellum plantation offering an insightful view of life before the Civil War. It is one of North Carolina's most significant African American (African-American)
Guided tours provided daily of the mid-19th-century boyhood home of North Carolina's "Education Governor."
The site where Royal Governor William Tryon led the NC militia against the Regulators in battle on May 16, 1771
Site of the only French & Indian War fort in NC. Archaeological sites, artifact displays, nature trails &
Birthplace of the 11th U.S. president. Visitors center with exhibits and displays illustrating life and times of Polk. Film, guided tours through reconstructed log buildings furnished in late 1700
Visit the excavated ruins of a colonial port town founded in 1726
State Historic Site where the Civil War ended in 1865 when Confederate General Johnston surrendered to Union General Sherman 17 days after Lee'
Fort Fisher State Historic Site, the "Last Major Stronghold of the Confederacy," is N.C.'
The state's newest historic site is dedicated to the study, preservation and interpretation of North Carolina'
Gold Hill Mines Historic Park is a 70
Circa-1772 house was the scene of a Whig/