The National Register of Historic Places has documented some 95,000 structures, sites, and districts across the country. In North Carolina, around 2,900 properties — from churches and cotton mills to farms, homes, and schools — have earned this designation. Now, these special spots representing our state’s history are known nationwide.
Riding the Rails at Tweetsie
Tweetsie. If the name alone doesn’t make you smile, memories of visiting the Wild West-themed railroad will put a grin on your face.