Companies tagged with: Lighthouse

Bald Head Island Old Baldy Lighthouse & Smith Island Museum

North Carolina's oldest standing lighthouse. Built in 1817. Museum interprets the history of the island and the life of a lighthouse keeper. Historical tours of the island are available.

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

The tallest brick lighthouse in North America. Open for climbing.

Cape Lookout Lighthouse

The lighthouse was completed in 1812 and reconstructed in 1859. Still an acting aid for ships and vessels traveling up and down the Atlantic Ocean coastline

Currituck Beach Lighthouse

First illuminated on December 1, 1875. More than one million bricks were used to build the lighthouse. Total of 214 steps to the top of the lighthouse

Fort Branch

Popular Civil War site in eastern NC has a well preserved star-shaped Confederate earthen fort on Rainbow Banks, which overlooks the Roanoke River. Annual Civil War Reenactment the first weekend in November. Part of the new Civil War Trails program in North Carolina

Ocracoke Lighthouse

Lighthouse was completed in 1823 and stands 65 feet tall. Not open to the public for climbing.

Roanoke River Lighthouse and Maritime Museum

Located in downtown Plymouth along the waterfront. Experience life as a lighthouse keeper. This museum also offers information on cypress canoes and life along the Roanoke River during the 19th century. Also includes a collection of outboard motors and restored pleasure boats.

Carolina Publishing

PO Box 1155
Matthews, NC 28106

(704) 708-6270