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Fayetteville, North Carolina
Children's
Hands-on interactive children's museum
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Art
Offers 8 changing exhibits and receptions annually
Asheville, North Carolina
Art, History
Houses a changing exhibition gallerywhich shows traditional and contemporary crafts of regional national and international significance. The permanent collection dates back to the early 20th century.
Hamilton, North Carolina
History
Confederate earthen fort museum features seven of the original eleven cannons and other Civil War artifacts. Colonial and native American artifacts also exhibited.
Lenior, North Carolina
Botanical Garden, Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Military
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Kure Beach, North Carolina
History
Civil War earthen fortification.
Manteo, North Carolina
History
The park is the site of the first attempt by England to colonize in the" New World." Three voyages were made (1585 - 1587) which resulted in what has become known as "The Lost Colony." Collection includes archaeological artifacts.(pre-historic and histo
Frisco, North Carolina
History, Natural History, Science
An educational facility where objects of artistic and historical interest related to Native Americans are preserved, displayed and interpreted.
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