American’s largest Dinner and Theater, Medieval Times is truly a step back in time to an era of glory and honor. Set within the walls of an 11th century style castle, this history lesson is presented by the King and his noble court.
Historic Yates Mill County Park is an exciting learning environment and recreational center located 5 miles south of downtown Raleigh. The 174-acre park features diverse natural habitats and the last water-powered mill in NC’s capital county.
Nine new North Carolina Sports Legends will be inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame on May 9th in Raleigh. The Hall of Fame includes 300 men and women and is housed in the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh.
The South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Rescue Program rehabilitates sick and injured sea turtles. The threatened loggerhead sea turtle is South Carolina’s state reptile, and the remaining six species of sea turtles are each listed as either threatened or endangered.
This Center is a tribute to the legendary bluegrass musician who invented a new style of banjo playing as well as the other storytellers and musicians who preserved the bluegrass traditions handed down through generations.
One of North Carolina’s most treasured Civil War relics is the CSS Neuse, one of 26 ironclad ships in the Confederate Navy. The remains of the historic vessel have been moved to a new permanent home at 100 North Queen Street in downtown Kinston.
Rock Hill/York County, SC Convention & Visitors Bureau is excited to present a new customizable Student Tour Itinerary that will take students on a journey with ‘A Day in History’ by visiting the Museum of York County, Catawba Indian Cultural Center and Historic Brattonsville.