The scuppernong — a type of muscadine grape — is the official state fruit of North Carolina, and the sweet wines produced from it are cherished by many Southerners. One of the largest and oldest wineries in the South, Duplin Winery is the best-selling muscadine winery in the world with a million-gallon tank capacity. The…
NC Art Museum
When visitors experience the North Carolina Art Museum in Raleigh, the "art" isn’t just what is hanging on the walls — it includes the walls themselves.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
The most famous lighthouse in North Carolina and one of the most well-known lighthouses in America, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is the nation’s tallest traditional lighthouse and is almost as famous for its exploits as it is for its size. The lighthouse protects a stretch of the Outer Banks along the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The…
The 3 Lives of Bodie Island Lighthouse
North Carolina Lighthouse at Bodie Island is 150 years old and has had 3 lives. It was originally fueled by lard. | chloesblog.com
Ocracoke Lighthouse on the Outer Banks
Ocracoke Island Lighthouse is the 2nd oldest lighthouse still sending its beacon out to sailors and Pirates - including Ocracoke's most famous pirate Blackbeard
Currituck Beach Lighthouse
Purchase Prints from our Photo Gallery Quick Facts Built in 1875 It cost $178,000 to complete Height: 162 feet (49.4 m) There is a total of 214 steps to the top Constructed with appro…
Hatteras Island and Avon Vacation Rentals
Hatteras Realty offers a large selection of Outer Banks vacation rentals on Hatteras Island in Avon and surrounding towns. Find your perfect Hatteras vacation rental home for your next vacation getaway today!
Designer India Hicks Plans Your Visit to her Bahamas Home, Harbour Island
British celebrity model and designer India Hicks' insider guide to her home, Harbour Island in the Bahamas, famed for pink sand beaches.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is the tallest in the nation and famous symbol of North Carolina. In the summer of 1999, as the ever-encroaching waters of the Atlantic Ocean threaten this structure, the Cape Hatteras Light was moved from its original location to a safer place further away from the water. The water you see here is from 10 inches of rain that fell September 7 & 8, 2009 creating a beautiful reflection of a NC icon.