North Carolina’s early history unfolds through this engaging, interactive exhibit that traces life in North Carolina from its earliest inhabitants through the 1830s. Walk through the state’s fourth-oldest house, which was built in 1742 in Pitt County. Step inside a reproduction of an American Indian dwelling, and enter an exhibit area resembling the hold of a 1700s pirate ship.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about the interesting people and events that have shaped North Carolina. Admission is free. The Story of North Carolina - Part II, opening Nov. 5, will tell the rest of the state’s story.
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