This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in North Carolina.
Contains thousands of artifacts and photographs, a diorama of the Civil War battle of Fort Fisher. Includes membership and volunteer opportunities, hours, fees, calendar Located in Wilmington.
Features information on collections, archives, tours and outreach programs.
Contains historic artifacts documenting the development of the region from the time of the Waxhaw Indians, for whom the region is named, until 1900 in Waxhaw, NC.
Provides details of exhibits, collections, associates, programs and events, and education services. Includes hours and directions. Located in Raleigh.
Collections ranging from pre-colonial through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars to the early 1900s in Hillsborough.
Contains thousands of items and artifacts depicting the history of Stanley. Includes virtual tour, hours and directions. Located in Stanley.
Programs and exhibits, based on the people, buildings, stories and objects spanning the region's history, providing historic context for understanding how conditions and decisions of the past impact the region today and shape its future.
Permanent and special exhibitions that preserve and interpret the back country region at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Includes an events calendar, tour information, photo archive, research library, and gift shop.
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