Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway, sometimes known as "America's favorite drive," is the section of a national park that receives the most visitors from the country.
The Biltmore Estate in Asheville
The Biltmore Estate, one of the top Asheville attractions, is one of North Carolina's must-see sights.
Beaches of the Outer Banks
A 200-mile barrier island chain, these islands are renowned for their breathtaking beaches. Avon, Kitty Hawk, and Nags Head are just a few of the popular vacation spots.
Waterfalls in North Carolina
Amazing waterfalls may be found throughout North Carolina's mountains, and many of them are reachable on walk.
Alpine skiing, sometimes referred to as downhill skiing, is a winter sport that entails gliding down slopes covered in snow while wearing skis with fixed heels.
Battleship North Carolina
The first of ten fast battleships and the first battleship built in sixteen years. On April 9, 1941, the most powerful maritime weapon in the world was activated.
North Carolina Aquarium
Three public aquariums are part of the North Carolina Aquariums system, and they are situated at Kure Beach, Roanoke Island, and Pine Knoll Shores.
North Carolina Museum of
The largest museum of its sort in the Southeast is the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (NCMNS).
North Carolina Zoo
At the North Carolina Zoo, stroll over five miles of shady trails to view more than 1,600 species and 52,000 plants.
Bodie Island, Hatteras Island, and Ocracoke Island are three barrier islands that are partially protected by the Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
Chimney Rock State Park
A 315-foot granite spire rises to a height of more than 2,280 feet at Chimney Rock State Park, 25 miles southeast of Asheville.
It was and still is most renowned for Hugh Morton's 1952 construction of the tallest swinging bridge in America, measuring one mile in height.