North Carolina Historic Places are not to be missed!
Newbold-White House is a historic house in Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina. The brick house was built in 1730 by Abraham Sanders, a Quaker who purchased the property in 1726. His plantation on the Perquimans River produced corn, cotton, wheat, flax, indigo, tobacco, rice, and wood products. It is the oldest house in North Carolina that is open to the public.
Plan a visit to North Carolina’s oldest places to experience something new. Take a trolley tour of historic Edenton on the coast. Walk in the footsteps of Vanderbilt, Hemingway and Washington at our historic sites and homes, stand in the place the sit-in movement began, pause in the ancestral home of the Cherokee or spread your wings where the Wright brothers first flew. Search the Visit NC Web site.
If the above is not enough, visit Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site, Kings Mountain National Military Park, Fort Fisher, Guilford Courthouse, Tryon Palace, Alamance Battleground, Wright Brothers National Memorial, USS North Carolina, Biltmore House, Old Salem, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Greensboro Civil Rights Museum, Carl Sandburg Home, Bentonville Battlefield, Historic Bath, Bennett Place, Town Creek, CSS Neus, Reed Gold Mine, The Battle of Moore’s Creek Bridge, Pelletier House, and Beaufort Historic Site. Click for more details on North Carolina historic places in this Wilmington Star news article.