Companies tagged with: Kinston

Caswell Center Museum

The first facility serving people with developmental disabilities in North Carolina and the Southeast. Museum exhibits describe the beginning and life in the early years of the facility

Caswell No. 1 Fire Station Museum

Built in 1895, the fire station is located in downtown Kinston. A 1922 LaFrance Pumper is the focus of the museum along with a collection of helmets, nozzles, ladders, fire extinguishers, and other memorabilia that span a 100-year period.

CSS Neuse/Civil War Interpretive Center

Brand new regional Civil War museum located in historic downtown Kinston. The CSS Neuse was one of only 3 Confederate ironclad vessels. The Civil War Interpretive Center tells the "untold story" of how the events in Eastern NC in 1865 led to the fall of the Confederacy. Behind the scenes tours available.

Harmony Hall

The home was constructed in 1772 and was once owned by Richard Caswell, the first governor of North Carolina.

Historic Grainger Stadium

The Down East Wood Ducks, a Texas Rangers farm team reignited passion for baseball when they field the Carolina League Class A Advance Team in 2017.

Richard Caswell Memorial

The Caswell Memorial is a self-guided museum depicting the life and career of North Carolina's first elected governor.

Carolina Publishing

PO Box 1155
Matthews, NC 28106

(704) 708-6270