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Airlie Gardens

Historic gardens encompass over 67 acres of post-Victorian European-style gardens.
Anson County Historical Society

Anson County Historical Society

General museum with collections of period furniture, agriculture, paintings, and colonial garden. The site also includes 1783 Boggan-Hammond House, 1880 Cedar Creek Meeting House, and 1820 Alexander Little Wing.
Botanical Gardens of Asheville

Botanical Gardens of Asheville

Offers a collection of plants native to the Southern Appalachian Mountains. The ten-acre site located adjacent to the campus of UNC-Asheville.

Burgwin Wright House Museum

Restored home of former NC colony treasurer John Burgwin. Restored and decorated with furnishings from the 18th and 19th century. Three gorgeous gardens surround the home. Oldest museum house in southeastern NC.
Cape Fear Botanical Garden

Cape Fear Botanical Garden

85-acre public botanical garden located approximately one mile from downtown Fayetteville. Situated along both the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek. The garden offers ornamental and native plant gardens, gazebo garden, 100-year-old farmhouse, and heritage gardens.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is the Carolinas’ Garden for all seasons, providing guests a chance to reconnect with nature.
Diggs Museum of Art

Diggs Museum of Art

The major cultural center at Winston-Salem State University, the gallery offers 10-15 art exhibitions each year highlighting vibrant African-American world culture. While on campus, also view the Biggers murals and the sculpture garden.

Elizabethan Gardens

Unique American garden for horticulturists, nature lovers, and history buffs. The site of the first English Colony in the New World.

Foscue Plantation

Located along the Trent River in Jones County, this Southern plantation home was built in 1824 by Simon Foscue. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Three-floor structure with basement, cemetery, garden, forest and plantation.
Haywood Hall Museum House and Gardens

Haywood Hall Museum House and Gardens

Federal-style house built by Treasurer John Haywood for his family c. 1799. Descendants occupied until 1977 when left to Colonial Dames. Family portraits, furnishings, and restored gardens. Original site with early paintings, barn, hitcher, and third gazebo.
Historic Bethabara Park

Historic Bethabara Park

The 150-acre park, site of the first Moravian settlement in North Carolina. Museum features restored 1788 Moravian Church and palisade fort, as well as reconstructed colonial medicinal gardens and archaeological remains. 195-acre Nature Preserve.

Historic Latta Plantation

Tour the circa 1800 Catawba River Plantation House along with its gardens and ten outbuildings. Heritage breeds of livestock and frequent demonstrations by interactive staff bring to life the lives of our ancestors as America grew and prospered following the American Revolution.

Latimer House Museum and Gardens

Built in 1852 in the popular Victorian Italianate style. Home to three generations of Latimers. Home to the Cape Fear Historical Association.
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