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2015-2016 Advertiser

Currituck Outer Banks

Currituck Outer Banks

Founded in 1668, Currituck has a rich history that offers visitors, especially history buffs, a multitude of sites to explore and discover the past. Check out these historical places for an adventurous step back in time during your next Currituck vacation
Dunn

Dunn

Dunn is located along Interstate 95, halfway between New York and Florida. The Dunn area offers many wonderful things to see, do, and eat! Great golf characterizes this region of North Carolina. There are two Civil War battlefields close to Dunn, dedicated to preserving the history of our great state. Dunn has great dining and shopping, too! Visit our downtown shops and restaurants to experience the friendly charm of Dunn. There are many other attractions, and we hope you will browse this website and see all that we have to offer.
Edenton

Edenton

History seeps from every nook and cranny of Edenton and Chowan County. Outstanding historic 18th century architecture includes some of the state’s oldest homes and churches; the 1767 courthouse, considered the most intact in America; a site along the Maritime Underground Railroad, and even an historic baseball field.
Kinston

Kinston

Kinston, North Carolina, located in Lenoir County is a historic city with an intriguing past, a vibrant present, and an exciting future. Visit Kinston soon, and let us captivate you with our "Southern charm".
New Bern

New Bern

Historic New Bern is a charming riverfront town set along the picturesque Trent and Neuse Rivers, and centrally located along the North Carolina coast. Filled with quaint boutiques and eateries, riverfront attractions, lively entertainment, and more, New Bern truly offers something for everyone. Come explore the tradition, the culture, and the distinct flavor that is unique to eastern North Carolina.

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