400 US Hwy 70 West
Havelock, NC 28532
Phone: (252) 444-1111
Fax: (252) 444-1510
400 US Hwy 70 West, Havelock, NC, US, 28532
- Phone: (252) 444-1111
- Fax: (252) 444-1510
A site of one of the battles fought in New Bern during the Civil War, this national forest features 159,000 acres of hardwood forest, longleaf pine, and pocosin and offers numerous recreational opportunities such as camping, picnicking, swimming, canoeing, hiking, hunting, and fishing.
Where Neuse River and Trent River meet. Perfect place for a picnic by the water.
This spot was once a pharmacy where Caleb Bradham invented "Brad's Drink" which he later patented as Pepsi-Cola. A recreated soda fountain is on site and visitors can purchase a wide variety of Pepsi memorabilia inside the store.
Tryon Palace is a fascinating complex that has several old mansions known for their history and architectural styles, museums with memorabilia and collections from the 19th century and other antiques. You can also visit the idyllic gardens here that are an adorable sight.
This establishment is a monumental Christian church in New Bern, North Carolina. It was constructed in 1907, and is of great historic importance. While church services begin at 10:00a, Sunday School is organized for members up to the age of 20 years. The Wednesday evening testimony meeting commences at 7:00p. There is a reading room facility offering a serene atmosphere.
Once serving as both a former residence of Royal Governor William Tryon and the capital of the Colony of North Carolina, this majestic Georgian style mansion is filled with an outstanding collection of antiques and art. The grounds contain 14 acres of extensive gardens that range from English formal gardens, a kitchen garden, and a wilderness garden. Interpreters in period costumes conduct tours all year and an audiovisual orientation program and crafts demonstrations are offered daily.
The Salter Path is a renowned community that promises plenty of interesting activities to its visitors. Beach sports, restaurants serving excellent sea-food and luxury beach-side accommodations, makes the visit a worthwhile one.
Centenary Methodist Church dates back to 1904 and was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Though a historical church, it is still active and hosts variety of programs, workshops and events for the entire community.
One of the most significant sites in the vicinity of New Bern is the John Wright Historic House. Constructed across the early 1780s, it is a monumental home in New Bern, North Carolina. It was structured and designed by architect John Hawks and exemplifies the Georgian architectural style. It retains its opulence and is worth a visit. The furnishings are exquisite and add up to the magnificence of the house. Occupying great historic significance, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 26, 1970.
The celebrated First Presbyterian Church and Churchyard is a monumental church site on New Street, in New Bern, North Carolina. It encompasses approximately 1 acre (0.40 hectares) of land cover. Constructed in 1820, the ancient church is finely structured and designed by renowned architects Sandy, Uriah, Merrill and Daniel D. The federal style church building is one of the finest church structures in New Bern. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A 265 acre nature preserve located near the Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium. It showcases the Barrier Island ecosystem, including maritime forest and marsh habitats. Hiking trails and picnic tables are available.
The Emrald Isle welcomes people of all ages to visit the beautiful beach. Along with sun bathing, and surfing, the EmraldIsle has a lot to offer. The Isle also organizes several activities for people of all ages and has great place to visit to shop, eat, and enjoy their stay.