fbpx

North Carolina Historic Sites: The Final Battles of the Civil War

Civil War reenactors recount Confederate troops leaping a fence in an attack upon a Union force
0
The Battle of Averasboro Averasboro Battlefield and Museum Dunn, NC On March 15, 1865, Confederate General William Hardee was ordered to delay General William Sherman’s march across the Carolinas by engaging the Union Army in the Civil War town of Averasboro, known today as Dunn, NC. As rain fell...

LATEST ARTICLE

A Family Favorite: The Museum of Life and Science in Durham

A child test a toy parachute at the Museum of Life and Science
0
For some, a day at the museum might sound a little boring. This is not the case with the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, where around every corner there’s a new adventure. This family favorite attraction is full of adorable animal sightings,...

How to Spend a Perfect 3 Day Weekend in Corolla

North Carolina’s Outer Banks have a serene, beautiful splendor that draws families from up and down the East Coast every year. A long weekend...

North Carolina’s Most Historic Place

The flight only lasted 12 seconds and traveled a mere 120 feet, but it was enough to change the course of human history. Visit Kill...

Top 10 State Parks in North Carolina

In an attempt to honor the natural diversity of our epic state, we narrowed it down to the 10 most popular state parks in...

All Hands on Deck! Kids Love the Battleship USS North Carolina

The Battleship USS North Carolina, completed and launched only a few months before the onset of World War II, saw action in every major...

Most Popular