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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Raynor-Stronach House, built in 1871. It is one of the four surviving homes of the 11 original homes that started the Oakwood Neighborhood, now the Historic Oakwood District, the 19th century Raleigh neighborhood which gives the Inn its name. ... 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
Greystone is rich in Durham history. Built for James Edward Stagg and Mary Washington Lyon Stagg — both descendants of the philanthropic Duke family– Greystone is the last standing private residence in Durham Built by Duke Descendants. ... 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
See the city from a unique perspective on a motorized Tobacco Road Tour, highlighting Durham's historic past, including downtown sites, historic neighborhoods, Duke and NC Central University Campuses, and more!... more
Mix history and art will at The Mint Museum of Art. Originally housing a branch of the U.S. Mint, the museum today has an interesting permanent collection and hosts traveling exhibitions. The Levine Museum of the New South uses hands-on and interactive exhibits to describe the time and trials of life in the American South from 1865 to the present... more
Novelist James Boyd and his brother, Jackson, started the Moore County Hounds in the early 1920s, bringing the tradition of the private hunt to the Sandhills. It continues to this day. Acres and acres of scenic areas around the Town of Southern Pines boast horse farms and riding trails. ... more
The wholesale home furnishing show features more than 2,400 manufacturers with casegoods, upholstery, accent, accessories, lighting, wall decor, bedding, rugs, and home textiles. Over 71,000 industry professionals; buyers, exhibitors and sales representatives from the U.S.A. and 106 countries around the world visit the seasonal Market!... more
North Carolina history comes alive as you explore the area. Within an easy drive from the Bed & Bike Inn you can find historic Gold Hill, Reed Gold Mine, Town Creek Indian Mound, and Cotton Patch Gold Mine.... more
Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the prestigious National Trust's Historic Hotels of America, The Carolina Inn offers an atmosphere of elegance and the spirit of tradition. Furnished with antiques, North Carolina made furniture, interesting artwork and historical images, this hotel on the UNC campus has offered... 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 house is significant as one of the few surviving examples of middle class farm houses is this section of the county. It is a designated historic landmark listed in the Durham County Historic Inventory, known as the Hall-Mann house. Some of the original features that are still in the house are corner fireplaces, a wide open stair case, beveled... more
Take a look for yourself at the nation’s top “School to Watch” at Elon University right in town, or visit a local legend at the ACE Speedway, a legendary stock car track that is part of the fast growing ASA Member Track program!... more