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Horne Creek Living Historical Farm
Horne Creek Historical Farm recreates North Carolina farm life in the early 1900’s.
Clip: S1500 Ep43 | 4m 12s
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Somerset Place is acknowledged for its accurate depiction of slave life in North Carolina.
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NC Transportation Museum
The NC Transportation Museum in Spencer is home to a locomotive roundhouse.
Clip: S1500 Ep43 | 5m
New River State Park
Come along with RiverGirl Kelly McCoy on this exploration of the New River.
Clip: S1500 Ep43 | 4m 47s
The Reed Gold Mine
Come along for a tour of the place where gold was first discovered in the United States.
Preview: S1500 Ep43 | 4m 2s
Kitty Hawk Kites in Beaufort
Kitty Hawk Kites offers piloted hang-glider tours of the skies around Beaufort.
Clip: S1500 Ep42 | 5m 4s
Carolina Donut Festival
Join Bob Garner on a eatery tour of Marion and a preview of the Donut Festival.
Clip: S1500 Ep42 | 4m 4s
Carolina Mountain Cheese Festival
The Carolina Mountain Cheese Festival celebrates local cheeses.
Clip: S1500 Ep42 | 3m 59s
River Forest Manor and Marina
River Forest Manor and Marina in Belhaven has been beautifully restored.
Clip: S1500 Ep42 | 4m 24s
Bare Sky Observatory
Mayland Community College provides a telescope for star-gazing.
Clip: S1500 Ep42 | 4m 14s
The Red Rocker Inn
The Red Rocker Inn in Black Mountain combines comfortable rooms with fine Southern dining.
Clip: S1500 Ep41 | 4m 44s
The Iredell Mummy
Learn the fascinating story of how an actual mummy ended up at a museum in Statesville.
Clip: S1500 Ep41 | 3m 58s
RiverRun Film Festival
The River Run International Film Festival in Winston-Salem celebrates 20 years.
Clip: S1500 Ep41 | 5m 12s
Liberty Antiques Festival
Join Julia Carpenter as she explores the renowned Liberty Antiques Festival.
Clip: S1500 Ep41 | 3m 46s
Videri Chocolate Factory
Meet the husband and wife team that run the popular Videri Chocolate Factory in Raleigh.
Clip: S1500 Ep41 | 4m 57s
Bask Hotel at Big Rock Landing
The Bask Hotel is a popular destination for visitors to Morehead City.
Clip: S1500 Ep40 | 4m 23s
For twelve years the town of Greenville has celebrated PirateFest.
Clip: S1500 Ep40 | 4m 30s
NC Stage Company
Learn the story of NC Stage, a professional theater company in Asheville.
Clip: S1500 Ep40 | 5m 10s
Crowders Mountain State Park
Crowders Mountain is one of our state’s most heavily visited parks.
Clip: S1500 Ep40 | 3m 54s
The Speckled Trout Restaurant and Bottle Shop
Join Bob Garner as he samples the food and beer at the Speckled Trout in Blowing Rock.
Clip: S1500 Ep40 | 4m 20s
North Carolina Baseball Museum
Fleming Stadium in Wilson hosts the NC Baseball Museum, a must-see for lovers of baseball.
Clip: S1500 Ep39 | 4m 5s
White Elephant Beer Company
White Elephant Beer Company in Mount Airy has become the social hub for the community.
Clip: S1500 Ep39 | 4m 55s
Penland SChool of Crafts
Learn the story of Penland School of Crafts.
Clip: S1500 Ep39 | 5m 15s
Raven Rock State Park
Raven Rock State Park sits at the confluence of the piedmont and coastal plain.
Clip: S1500 Ep39 | 3m 20s
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