A 480-foot-tall concrete behemoth in a remote corner of North Carolina can put on a show, if you’re there at the right time.
Buzzers, bells, and the chance to beat that high score from 20 years ago lure arcade enthusiasts to the Asheville Pinball Museum.
An almost forgotten spring, revered for its restorative properties, still flows in Crumpler.
Lemurs aren’t the first thing you’d expect to see when visiting Duke University, but they’ve been hanging around these parts since 1966.
The once severely polluted Haw River is now a haven for wildlife and paddlers alike as well as an economic force for Alamance County.
The Original Washington, Little Washington, or simply Washington: What easygoing locals call this picturesque city on the Inner Banks seems to change with the tides. What matters is that you find yourself here sooner, rather than later.
Never mind their different locales. Beaufort and Blowing Rock are separated by a good 350 miles, but these two small towns are more alike than you think.
View this photo slideshow of the historic train depot in Eastern North Carolina.
Those who don’t believe the sun can set over East Coast beaches are in for quite the surprise when they visit a few NC beaches in particular.