Outer Banks, OBX - Business and Website Directory

Currituck Beach Lighthouse
The Currituck Beach Lighthouse began service in 1875. The 162 ft. (214 steps) tower is open to the public. Admission fee used for restoration work. $6 anyone 8 or above, children 7 and under are free. Located off NC Route 12 in Corolla. Open daily 10am-6pm from Easter through Thanksgiving (5pm in...
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Currituck Outer Banks Visitors Center
With all it has to offer, youll soon see why the Currituck Outer Banks is ""more than you imagined!""
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Elizabethan Gardens
Gardeners, nature lovers and history buffs will all enjoy the native plants mingled with groomed displays of blossoms and Renaissance sculpture. An Elizabethan-style garden designed in tribute to the Roanoke colonists.
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Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center
Purpose/Services: To acquire, preserve, display, and share Native American artifacts for the purpose of providing a valuable cultural and educational experience for visitors, members, and patrons who visit the museum. To preserve and share the natural environment in order to promote environmental...
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Graveyard Of The Atlantic Museum
Shipwrecks! Piracy! Exploration! Discover the Maritime History of the Outer Banks; its significance for the Nation & the world
http://www.GraveyardoftheAtlantic.com → Update Link
Guide to Ocracoke Island
Ocracoke is an old-fashioned village. If you like, you can park your car for the week and walk, bicycle, or paddle everywhere you need to go. That's living
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Hatteras Landing
Shopping, Dining, Fishing and Lodging, Hatteras Island, Outer Banks, NC
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Hatteras Village
With its rich fishing grounds, pristine beaches, colorful history and friendly community, Hatteras Village welcomes its visitors
http://www.hatterasonmymind.com → Update Link
History of Waves, North Carolina
The whole area was once known as Chicamacomico or Chicamacomico Banks, derivatives of Indian names that dated back to the Raleigh colonists and the earliest maps. In 1874 the postal service changed the name of the entire northern end of the island to Rodanthe. Growth in the area continued however...
http://www.hatteras-nc.com/history/waveshis.htm → Update Link
Jennette's Pier
The oldest fishing pier on North Carolinas Outer Banks! Built in 1939, this historic ocean landmark has weathered dozens of hurricanes and noreasters over the past six decades.
http://www.jennettespier.net → Update Link
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