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Showing 46-60 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
Don’t miss a visit to the Carolina Theater, built in 1926, is a rich part of Durham's history - the last remaining of 13 original theatres in Durham. Now restored, it is the only historic theatre in the country to boast as part of its complex two fully operating state-of-the-art cinemas.... more
Sure, you’ve seen a few 100-year-old houses in your day, maybe you even live in one, but have you ever seen a mansion that was constructed 213 years ago? The Blandwood Mansion may imply a level of mediocrity in its name, but this National Historic Landmark is far from bland. Today, you’ll find it generally used for musical events, pricey... more
Feel the history in the beautiful Southern soul of Cabarrus County. Head out to Reed Gold Mine to see the site of the first documented gold find in the United States. Or get in a visit to Charlotte’s world-renowned Lowes Motor Speedway.... more
Charlotte is also the happy home of NASCAR! See the NASCAR Hall of Fame honoring the drivers who have shown exceptional skill at NASCAR driving, all-time great crew chiefs and owners, and other major contributors to the sport.... more
Established in 1783, in what used to be the frontier for early settlers, Wadesboro is an historic town set amidst rolling hills and trees at the southern end of North Carolina’s "Central Park" and near the Uwharrie National Forest.... 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
The Clichy Inn was named after a town in France which began the art of paperweight making over 160 years ago. The Inn has an extensive collection of paperweights from all over the world which are on display. The rooms are named after paperweight makers.... more
Incorporated in 1849 as a farm market, Wilson has taken great care to preserve its past. Titled one of North Carolina's most beautiful cities consisting of an abundance of treasures and simple pleasures, Wilson is full of fun, nostalgia, and historic sites, for you to enjoy.... 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
Don’t yet know the town? Take a two-to-four-mile walking guide of Durham’s historic Downtown area, available at the Durham Visitor Information Center. Or, walk at Al Buehler Cross Country Trail, with more than three miles of gravel jogging and walking trails around the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Course.... more
To those who love the past, the Ivy Bed & Breakfast is nearly perfectly preserved and many of the magnificent mansions have been beautifully restored so that your walk through town may echo the charm and elegance of the old antebellum South.... 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
In addition to relaxing in a historic home, the region offers many outings such as wineries, antiques, racetracks, and cultural events. You’re just a short drive to Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point, North Carolina. But a world away from the from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.... more
Old Salem Museum & Gardens is one of America’s most comprehensive history attractions. The museums, the Historic Town of Salem, and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, along with award-winning heirloom gardens, engage visitors in an educational and memorable historical experience about those who lived and worked in the early South.... more