Explore history, culture and everything about living the high life. You can take the family through a guided audio tour of the house. If you are an architecture enthusiast, you can go on the 60-minute tour to take a closer look at the design and construction of the house. Don't forget to spend a few hours exploring their winery and sample some of the best wines North Carolina has to offer.
This park is known all over the world for its great diversity in terms of plants and wildlife. Absorb the breathtaking beauty of its ancient mountains as you hike up challenging trails and explore some of the remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture.
This is where you will get to discover firsthand what life was like as a US marine during the World War II. This majestic ship is moored across the river from downtown Wilmington and allows tourists to walk along its decks and explore galleries of photographs and mementos from the war.
This museum is the perfect place to take your children. Here they can enjoy some of the highly interactive displays where they get to learn, explore and discover all about Planet Earth and beyond. You can enroll them in some of their day camps and classes while you and your wife have a leisurely meal at the cafe.
The North Carolina Zoo known as one of the country's largest natural habitat zoo. Here you will get to see exotic wildlife situated through five miles of the park's trails. Spend about 4 to 6 hours here where your children will squeal with delight as they get up close and personal with the zoo's 1,600 animals from 225 different species.
With the Atlantic Ocean to the east, North Carolina features plenty of shoreline for visitors to enjoy with water activities, sunbathing, or simply relaxing on the beach. The state's long history means that you can find important historic sites from the...