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Boone, North Carolina
Culture
Hillsborough, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
Ayr Mount is a hidden gem located off the Old Indian Trading Path. Home to merchant William Kirkland of Ayr, Scotland, this 1815 house was restored in 1985 to its original splendor. Now furnished with museum quality period pieces including Duncan Phyfe, Charles-Honoré Lannuier and Waterford, plus portraits by Ezra Ames, Jacob Marling and Matthew Jouett. A guided tour reveals family stories, area history, and the extraordinary architecture.
Durham, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House, Military, Park
Here, on April 26, 1865, Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston and Union General William T. Sherman met to discuss the surrender terms of what would become the largest surrender of the American Civil War. More than 90,000 Confederate soldiers of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina surrendered. Bennett Place features the reconstructed farmhouse and outbuildings, a visitor center with exhibits, an interpretive film, research library, gift shop, and living history programs.
Durham, North Carolina
Culture, General, History, Military, Park
This simple farmhouse was located between Confederate General Johnston's headquarters in Greensboro and Union General Sherman's headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1865 the two officers met at the Bennett Place, where they signed surrender papers for southern armies in the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida. Today James Bennett's reconstructed farmhouse, kitchen, and smokehouse recall the lifestyle of an ordinary Southern farmer during the Civil War.
Winnabow, North Carolina
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Military, Park
A major pre-Revolutionary port on North Carolina's Cape Fear River, Brunswick was razed by British troops in 1776 and never rebuilt. During the Civil War, Fort Anderson was constructed atop the old village site, and served as part of the Cape Fear River defenses below Wilmington before the fall of the Confederacy. Colonial foundations dot the present-day tour trail, which crosses the earthworks of the Confederate fort.
Hillsborough, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Burwell School is a a historic house museum on two acres in the Historic District of Hillsborough, NC, which was founded in 1754 and laid out in acre lots. The site includes the two-story frame building begun in 1821 and expanded in 1848, which served until that time as the Presbyterian manse as well as a girls' school.
Wilmington, North Carolina
Art, Culture, History, Library, Military, Park
Cameron Art Museum located in Wilmington, North Carolina occupies a 42,000 square foot facility designed in 2002 by the renowned architectural firm of Gwathmey Siegel & Associates (NYC). The museum is sited on 9.3 acre Pyramid Park, features long-leaf pine woodlands, outdoor sculptures, nature trails, an historic Civil War site and Clay Studio housed in the Pancoe Art Education Center.
Seagrove, North Carolina
Art, Botanical Garden, Culture, Park, Specialized
The Carolina Bronze Sculpture Garden is a natural and landscaped area overlooking a beautiful 1.25 acre pond. A walking trail loops around the pond with benches and a picnic area situated along the trail. The Sculpture Garden collection consists of donated and loaned sculptures that represent emerging and established artists working in all 3D media suitable for the outdoors. As an extension of this park we are installing several sculptures in the downtown area of Seagrove.
Gibsonville, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
The Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum commemorates the work of Dr. Brown and exposes visitors to life in the 1900s. The Museum provides an opportunity to learn about North Carolina's history with an emphasis on the education of African Americans. Visitors explore the benefits and challenges associated with education during the times of segregation. Most importantly, the Museum depicts the evolution of the school Dr.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Park
Located on a beautiful 8 acre park-like setting, the Charlotte Museum of History has been called "the most entertaining one-stop, two-hour history lesson in the Piedmont." The museum offers a comprehensive look at life in the Charlotte region from the Revoultionary War times to the present. Four galleries lead visitors from the early settlement days to the first U.S. gold rush, to the dark days of slavery, the Civil War and the rise of textiles and banking.
Cherokee, North Carolina
Art, Culture, History
Harkers Island, North Carolina
Art, Culture, History, Science
Discover a simpler way of life through cultural and historic exhibits from North Carolina's coastal villages. Explore boatbuilding exhibits and workshops. Browse our extensive decoy collection as well as educational exhibits about waterfowling. Learn through workshops, exhibits and activities for all ages. Enjoy wetland trails and an observation tower that gives an upclose view of the land that shapes a way of life.
Durham, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House
The site includes a modern visitors center that features a permanent exhibition entitled "People in Tobacco."
At Duke Homestead, visitors can see the early home, factories, and farm where Washington Duke first grew and processed tobacco. Duke's sons later founded The American Tobacco Company, the largest tobacco company in the world.
Greensboro, North Carolina
Art, Culture
Lenior, North Carolina
Botanical Garden, Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Military
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Boone, North Carolina
Culture, General, History, Historic House
Hickory Ridge Homestead, located on the grounds at "Horn in the West," is an eighteenth-century living history museum highlighting the daily lives of our mountain ancestors.
Raleigh, North Carolina
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
Joel Lane built his home in the early 1770’s in what was a very rural part of North Carolina. He is called “The Father of Raleigh” because he facilitated the location of North Carolina’s capital city on his land in 1792. His faithfully-restored plantation manor was once deemed “The Best House for 100 Miles.” A visit to this important historic site will transport you back in time.
Farmville, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Military, Park
Named for one of Pitt County's colonial families. Site and artifacts here bequeathed to town of Farmville by May family descendent Tabitha Marie DeVisconti.
Cherokee, North Carolina
Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park
Oconaluftee offers both a visitor center and the Mountain Farm Museum—a collection of historic log buildings gathered from throughout the Smoky Mountains and preserved on a single site. Buildings include a house, barn, applehouse, springhouse, and smokehouse.
Wilmington, North Carolina
Anthropology, Culture
Changing exhibitions
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