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Showing 16-30 of 60 Historical Resorts
Completely restored in the early 80's, the beautiful villa was spared no time or expense in its graceful architectural design. Old bricks, beams, gingerbread trim, and beautiful stained glass have been salvaged from various old homes and buildings throughout the east coast.... more
This distinguished Queen Anne Residence, one of five large-scale homes in a similar stylistic mode built by Benson's prosperous merchants between 1900 and 1920, was constructed for Preston Woodall. Woodall operated a large department store in Benson as well as twenty farms and five saw mills in the Benson vicinity.... more
Bring your shopping bags if you’ve come to Siler City for their many seasonal festivals! Decorate your home with the charm of the South at Liberty Antique Festival, Seagrove Pottery Festival, The Annual Fearrington Folk Art Show, or High Point International Home Furnishings Market.... more
Stacked with over 50 static aircrafts and a ridiculous amount of smaller aviation items, you’ll surely appreciate the Wright brothers more than you already after your visit. B-17’s, B-24’s and the Berlin C-54 even occasionally drop by via one of three runways the museum has access to at Carolina’s Aviation Museum.... more
Two major installations in Fayetteville are the military’s Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base. Established in 1918, Fort Bragg has a well-earned reputation for excellence, having trained some of the finest soldiers in the world. Units like the 82nd Airborne Division and the Delta Force are billeted at Fort Bragg when not engaged elsewhere in the... more
Modern Italianate and Greek revival features line the addition to the original Federal design Pool Rock Plantation, though in antebellum days Pool Rock Plantation was known as Manor Plantation.... more
Rain or shine, there’s plenty to see and do in Greensboro! See a show at Greensboro Coliseum, North Carolina’s premier entertainment and sports venue, visit the International Civil Rights Museum, or learn about the American Revolutionary War at the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park.... more
The estate was originally home to a dairy and included barns and livestock. The landscape suffered tremendous damage, however, in 1954, when Hurricane Hazel struck, and again when Hurricane Fran hit in 1995. Renovations and additions have rendered Barrington House into an opulent and entrancing setting.... more
Return to 17th century Salem for a haunting night, an educational tour, or just a trip through history at Pioneer Village, America’s first living history museum! Three acres of colonial architecture, culinary and medicinal gardens, and a blacksmith are your interpreters to early 17th-century colonial life.... more
The cozy inn is within a short walk of the restored 1766 Moravian village of "Old Salem" and it exudes the essence of southern hospitality. Each evening enjoy a complimentary wine and cheese reception in the Parlor amidst high ceilings, unique Early American pieces, and countless antique furnishings.... more
Spend the afternoon strolling around quaint and charming Carthage while you absorb the local history. Visit the old Tyson Jones Buggy Factory office building right around the corner, enjoy the wonderful old homes in the historic district and have fun shopping in antique shops and boutiques.... more
The historic Charlotte Dunhill Hotel is one of North Carolina’s Historic Hotels of America and one of its first luxury establishments. Designed by architect Louis Asbury, Sr., the hotel originally opened in 1929 as the Mayfair Manor. The ten-story hotel has been fully restored and is a landmark in the arts community and cultural district. Its... more