A stunning close-up of a partially submerged alligator in a Brunswick County pond took top honors in the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission’s 12th Annual Wildlife in North Carolina magazine photo competition.
Come celebrate a century of North Carolina pottery at the N.C. Museum of History. View a short documentary, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with the Owens, the owners of Jugtown Pottery.
The staffs of President James Polk State Historic Site in Pineville and Jackson State Park in Lancaster, S.C. will team up to look at the relationships of Andrew and Rachel Jackson and James and Sarah Polk.
In the 40 years since its opening day April 23, 1977, Reed Gold Mine has welcomed more than two million visitors to the site of America’s first gold rush.
Tryon Palace will host Behind-the-Scenes tours of the Costume Shop, Conservation Lab and Gardens on alternating Tuesdays in February in downtown New Bern. All tours begin at 2 p.m. in front of the Main Gate, located on the corner of George and Pollock streets.
Parents of preschoolers, on Tuesday, February 14, at 10:00 am, the Museum of the Cape Fear will host Preschool Pals with the theme “So you want to be President?”
OK, so the Panthers aren’t playing this year, but the Super Bowl is still a must-see for football fans across North Carolina and around the country.
Capture some of the thrills and frills of romance in the 1800s at Historic Bath State Historic Site’s “Victorian Valentine Workshop” Thursday, Feb. 9, 10 a.m.
Celebrate a century of North Carolina pottery at the N.C. Museum of History in downtown Raleigh on Friday, Mar. 3, during the museum's monthly First Fridays at the Museum open house celebrating the new exhibit “Collecting Carolina: 100 Years of Jugtown Pottery,” starting at 5 p.m.
Tour the Governor's Palace and historic homes, wander through 16 acres of gardens, discover 18th century trades through demonstrations, enjoy the patriotic music of the Fife & Drum Corps, and more all during Tryon Palace Free Day.