Fayetteville, North Carolina
Botanical Garden, Library, Nature Centers, Science
The Garden encompasses 77 acres of pine and hardwood forest, and boasts meticulously preserved natural areas of the region's indigenous plants, trees and wildlife. The cultivated garden areas showcase more than 2,000 varieties of ornamental plants, and include our renowned Daylily, Camellia and Hosta gardens. The River Walk, Heritage Garden, Children's Garden, and PWC Water Wise Garden provide unique educational experiences for young and old alike.
Bailey, North Carolina
This quaint museum is housed in two 19th century doctors' offices. It includes the 1857 office of Howard Franklin Freeman, MD, and an Apothecary Shop with cabinets from the late 1800s. Some apothecary jars and bottles still contain their original medicinal ingredients. The museum's collections all pay tribute to the rural practice of medicine including surgical sets, blood letting instruments, Civil War era instruments and microscopes.
Durham, North Carolina
3,600 square foot gallery with 9-l0 exhibits annually.Located in Durham Arts Council Building
Greensboro, North Carolina
Creedmoor, North Carolina
Displays approx. 500 pieces of old pottery (mostly from N.C.).
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
A hands-on science museum for the entire family.
Burlington, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House, Military, Park, Specialized
The Textile Heritage Museum established in 2004 is one of the few museums in the Southeastern United States, which shares the history and culture of the early 19th and 20th century Textile Industry era. There are more than 2,000 artifacts inside this 6,000 square foot original mill building that was once the company store and management office.
Wilmington, North Carolina
Children's, History, Science
The Children's Museum of Wilmington stimulates children's imagination, curiosity, and love of learning. Our aim is to have our visitors learn amazing things about themselves, and the world where we live, through informal, playful hands-on and child-directed experiences. In our warm and inviting environment, children and adults find ample opportunities to explore the arts, sciences, and culture through engaging exhibits and programs.
Morehead City, North Carolina
Art, History, Historical Society, Library
The History Place captures the past of Carteret County through exhibits, displays, programs and publications. Artifacts date to the 1700's. Exhibit gallery, research library, museum store, auditorium, banquet room, conference room and tea room on site.
Kenly, North Carolina
Museum illustrates the rural life of eastern N.C.'s farm families since the late l890's
Mount Gilead, North Carolina
Archaeology, Culture, History
For more than a thousand years, Indians lived an agricultural life on the lands that became known as North Carolina. About the 11th century A.D., a new cultural tradition emerged in the Pee Dee River Valley. That new culture, called "Pee Dee" by archaeologists, was part of a widespread tradition known as "South Appalachian Mississippian.
New Bern, North Carolina
Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens in New Bern, NC is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
New Bern, North Carolina
The reconstructed home of N.C.'s colonial governor William Tryon. Museum buildings include the John-Wright Stanly House, the Dixon-Stevenson House, New Bern Academy, Daves House, Jones House, Commission House, Disosway House, Daves House, Gaston Hous
Asheville, North Carolina
One of three nature centers in the U.S. accredited by AAM