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North Roanoke Island: on NC64, 19th-century farm offering a living museum with interpreters in period attire & hands-on activities.
Island Farm is a living history site that tells the story of the everyday Outer Bankers that lived on Roanoke Island in the 1850s.
Living History Museum on Roanoke Island. chickens, sheep, games and crafts... it's a good time.
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“This little convenience store next to Jennette's Pier has the best grab and go food! Try their Thai peanut noodles or their chicken salad. Low price-range”
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“The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum is a maritime museum that focuses on the maritime history and shipwrecks of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Hours: open Monday – Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We are closed on Sundays and state holidays. Admissions: Free”
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“This preserve is wonderful maritime forest that featuring trails that many love to hike or run. The elevations, trees, and vegetation are not what you would expect in such a close proximity to the beach. If you enjoy nature, it definitely is a place to spend a morning or afternoon.”
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“Experience a new adventure in an old world at Roanoke Island Festival Park. This 25-acre historic site allows guests of all ages to experience first-hand what life was like for the first English settlers in 1585. Historic costumed interpreters are featured throughout the Settlement Site and the Elizabeth II ship to demonstrate how the first settlers lived, worked and played on Roanoke Island. For a hands-on history lesson, visit American Indian Town and the Adventure Museum that feature interactive exhibits that all ages will enjoy.”
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“This is OBX history at its best featuring artifacts of the areas first rescue people! As fire and rescue people, we are partial to the subject matter; it's interesting for all persons!”
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