April 12, 1776, commemorated on the North Carolina flag, signifies the Fourth Provincial Congress’adoption of the Halifax Resolves...
Take your students "back in time" by planning your next field tricot Historic Rosedale Plantation! Discover plantation and village life of the Frew, Caldwell and Davidson families, who occupied this antebellum plantation.
Historic Yates Mill County Park is an exciting learning environment and recreational center located 5 miles south of downtown Raleigh. The 174-acre park features diverse natural habitats and the last water-powered mill in NC’s capital county (est. 1760s).
Downtown Elizabeth City is a perfect field trip destination for history, art and science. Here you will find the Museum of the Albemarle, Arts of the Albemarle and Port Discover, a hands-on children’s science center. Museum of the Albemarle introduces students to the rich history of the Albemarle region, including Native Americans, the birthplace of English America, Blackbeard the Pirate and the Wright brothers.
Bearing the scars of the American Revolution. Located in the horseshoe bend of the Deep River, this plantation house was attacked during the Revolutionary War and still shows the bullet holes from the battle. Fine antiques from the colonial and Revolutionary War eras are now on display.
Iredell Museums is a non-profit organization in Statesville, North Carolina with two locations to serve your educational and cultural needs and programs for all ages. From living history at Gregory Creek Homestead, to rotating art, science and history exhibits at 134 Court Street, there is something for the whole class!
Visit the birthplace of the Capital of North Carolina. Field trip includes a tour of two fully furnished 18th-century homes and an interactive hands-on history module. They also meet North Carolina State social studies standards.
All Aboard this NEW CAROUSEL & MINIATURE TRAIN at Village Park in kannapolis.
Ride the new 1989 Bertazzon, double-decker carousel, Hop on the vintage model 1863, CP Huntington miniature train, Picnic and play at the playground, Splash in the SplashPad
Historic Latta Plantation is a circa 1800 cotton plantation and living history farm, located within Latta Plantation Nature Preserve...
The Levine Museum of the New South, is a history museum located in Charlotte, North Carolina whose exhibits focus on life in the North Carolina Piedmont after the American Civil War. The museum includes temporary and permanent exhibits on a range of Southern-related topics.
A unique learning opportunity to view structures and artifacts that focus on sharing the life stories of local residents from the colonial period to the Civil War. Founded in 1970, the museum complex sprawls across seven acres in downtown Lexington and features more than 30 historic structures that have been moved to the site from locations throughout the county.
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is a historic house with gardens located on the Ashley River at 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston County, South Carolina.
Step back in time with epic battles, jousting tournaments, royal feasts, knights and romance at any of our nine North American castles.
Visit an antebellum plantation house and stroll along a “village street” of historic structures, including the birthplace of Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States.