From the mysterious disappearance of Roanoke settlers to the Wright brothers' first flight, the Outer Banks are historically important yes, but they are also postcard pretty with enough beach to share between summer visitors.
Permanent exhibits at the Charlotte Museum of History explore a period starting with 18th-century settlement in the Piedmont region and the process by which a small town became big Charlotte. Learn how to answer questions from the past in the "Solving the Rock House Mysteries" exhibit and keep children entertained in the History Room on a guided or self-guided tour of the museum. A tour of the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite is included in the admission price.
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