Historic Latta Plantation is a circa 1800 cotton plantation and living history farm, located within Latta Plantation Nature Preserve...
The Lazy 5 Ranch is a one of a kind animal park located in North Carolina. Get close up to animals while enjoying a horse drawn wagon ride.
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.
A field trip to Marbles gives students the opportunity to develop vital skills like critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, innovation and collaboration.
The Mint Museum is a cultural institution in Charlotte, NC that comprises the Mint Museum RANDOLPH and the Mint Museum UPTOWN. The two locations nccollections showcasing art and design from around the globe.
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.
Morehead Planetarium and Science Center lets group visitors be curious, ask questions and create memories. That’s why a group visit to Morehead can bring a twinkle to the eye even 40 years later.
84-Acre hands-on science center and home of Magic Wings Butterfly House in Durham, NC.
The NASCAR Hall of Fame honors drivers who have shown exceptional skill at NASCAR driving, all-time great crew chiefs and owners, and other major contributors to competition within the sanctioning body.
The Southeast's newest and largest natural history museum features live animals, dinosaurs, whales, walk-through dioramas, science education and research.
Each year, over 100,000 visitors take part in the North Carolina State Capitol programs such as tours, holiday events, special ceremonies and educational programs.