The North Carolina Zoological Park is located in Asheboro, North Carolina in the Uwharrie Mountains
Teachers! Looking for some place exciting and informative for kids? Check out the NC Agritourism website to find an exciting farm to visit, tour and learn!
Capital Area Visitor Services provides scheduling for groups of 10 or more who plan to visit government and cultural attractions in the capital city.
Experience early American history in the unique Moravian settlement of Salem. Original structures, gardens, tours, artifacts, hands-on workshops, fun family events and shopping.
Located in the home of W.W. Kitchin, governor of NC from 1909-1913, The Person County Museum of History has many fascinating exhibits for all ages. Come tour this beautiful eight building campus and see all of our interesting exhibits including: Enos Slaughter, Military History, Doll Gallery, Drs. Merritt Office, Sappony History & African American History, and the New Escape Room just to name a few. Visit today and learn the history of this unique area.
The President James K Polk State Historic Site offers students insight into the life and times of Americas 11th President.
Getting lost is half the fun at Regal Corn Maze in Statesville. This 7 acre Corn Maze also offers a corn box filled with 3,000 lbs of corn, as well as a corn train and giant sling shot.
Open Weekends Saturday September 30 - Sunday November 5
The Schiele Museum offers unique program experiences for students of all ages. Science, nature and history come to life in engaging learning experiences that support goals and objectives of students.
During the visit your students will see more than 5,000 animals including sharks, seahorses, octopus, jellyfish and rays, all swimming in more than 150,000 gallons of water.
A visit to The Charlotte Museum of History provides an exceptional educational experience for your students.
Tiger World will not just exhibit animals but will also give the people an understanding of endangered wildlife with guided educational tours and a hands on approach to learning.
Towering over a public park in Historic Downtown Wilson are 30 monumental metal sculptures turning and moving with the wind. Collectively they represent the world’s largest collection of whirligigs. In 2013 they became North Carolina’s official folk art.