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1837 Bechtler House

1837 Bechtler House

Long before the California Gold Rush, the first documented gold discovery was in North Carolina in 1799. Home to the NC Gold Trail, the Bechtler House highlights the history of these events and is the starting point of the trail. Visitors can begin their journey by viewing the press that produced America’s first gold coin in 1832
1888 Museum

1888 Museum

The last remaining cottage which was part of the Watauga Hotel serves as a museum in historic downtown Blowing Rock. The Watauga Hotel was built in 1884. Museum also includes documents from voter registrations and the 1880 Census of Watauga County.

Ahoskie Museum

Historical museum located on the second floor of the Garrett House, which also houses the Ahoskie Chamber of Commerce. The museum collects and preserves the history of the Garrett family and the surrounding region
Allison Deaver House

Allison Deaver House

House restoration museum is the oldest frame house west of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Appalachian Heritage Museum

Appalachian Heritage Museum

Home built in 1903 for the founding fathers of nearby Appalachian State University. Visitors learn about how mountain families lived in the early 1900s.

Asa Biggs House

Home of one of North Carolina’s best-known jurists and politicians built in 1835. Houses the Martin County Tourism Office and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Also part of the new Civil War Trail program in NC.
Ayr Mount Historic Site

Ayr Mount Historic Site

1815 Federal-style Plantation home of Hillsborough merchant/planter William Kirkland (and four successive generations of the Kirkland family). Located on 50 acres along the Eno River.
Banner House Museum

Banner House Museum

The renovated late 1860's home of one of the founding families of Banner Elk, Samuel Banner. Docent-led tours of the house including stories and culture of the times with photographs, furniture, and exhibits.

Bath, State Historic Site

Bath is the oldest town in NC and recently celebrated its tricentennial (300 years). The site features Palmer-Marsh House (circa 1751), Bonner House (circa 1830), and the Van Der Veer House (circa 1790). Self-guided tours are available which include a free 15-minute video

Beaufort Historic Site/Beaufort Historical Association

Historic site in the heart of downtown Beaufort. Guided tours by docents in period costumes through the 18th and 19th centuries. The site includes historic homes, the old jail, the courthouse, and the apothecary. Gift shop with an extensive collection of books, hand-woven rugs, and pottery.
Belmont Historical Society/Cultural & Heritage Learning Center

Belmont Historical Society/Cultural & Heritage Learning Center

Dedicated to preserving the history of the town of Belmont and the immediate surrounding area. Center is housed in the R. L. Stowe Historical Home. It is the third oldest house in Belmont. Old mill house is being restored on the grounds of the center. Also includes local sports hall of fame and many military artifacts from World War II.
Blandwood Mansion

Blandwood Mansion

Restored home of NC Governor John Motley Morehead is a treasure of architectural and historical significance.
Blount-Bridgers House/Hobson Pittman Memorial Gallery

Blount-Bridgers House/Hobson Pittman Memorial Gallery

The 1808 Federal style Plantation home was the residence businessman Thomas Blount, who served in the NC Legislature. The Historic home includes period exhibit rooms and a large collection of 20th-century art by Hobson Pittman.

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.
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