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After almost 18 months, the famed Wright Memorial Museum is once again open to the public. The Wright Memorial not only commemorates the amazing achievement of the Wright Brothers, but it commemorates something else as well; The Wright Memorial...

The Outer Banks has been a favorite vacation spot since the 1950's and one of the things that made it so famous is the fishing. From surf fishing to charters, our fishing experience is second to none!  Part of the reason that our fishing is...

It's been said that the National Parks are the United States' greatest treasure. That's certainly true of the Outer Banks which is rich in history and nature. So, in honor of National Parks week this week, let's explore the wonderful parks that are a part...

If you've never been to the Outer Banks before, you're in for a treat!!   The Outer Banks is like nowhere else in the world. And because of that, you might be in for a few surprises too. Here's what you need to know about...

100 Things to Do on the Outer Banks

If you're new to visiting the Outer Banks, you might wonder what there is to do down here besides laying out and playing at the beach. Well, if that's what you're wondering, you're in luck. Here is a list and brief description of 100 things to...

Jockey's Ridge is made up of almost 30 million tons of sand and is the tallest living natural sand dune system in the Eastern United States. But as much as everyone loves the Ridge, there are still some facts not widely known about it. So...

One of the most famous attractions in the Currituck Outer Banks are the wild horses.  Many visitors love seeing the horses roam free on the beaches as there are very few places in the world to see something like this, but where did they come...

The Outer Banks is rich in history, lore, and legend. And it's also home to some equally strange names. So what's in a name?  This article will take a look at some of the strangest names on the Outer Banks, along with how they came...

Frisco Native American Museum

Hatteras Island is a land steeped in tradition and history. Just a short drive from the northern Outer Banks, Hatteras Island is practically a world in itself, and a world that moves at a much slower pace.  Be sure to check out Hatteras Island on...

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