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Currituck Beach Lighthouse

Yelp Review for Currituck Beach Lighthouse(26)
  • History
  • Lighthouses
  • Museums
  • Nature Spots

The Currituck Beach Lighthouse is a red brick beauty standing 158 feet tall. The view from its walk-around balcony is spectacular. Its light, a first order Fresnel lens, began flashing in 1875 as the last beacon built to punctuate the North Carolina Coast. The beam is visible for 18 miles. The Lighthouse Keepers' House was constructed from pre-cut and labeled materials, which were shipp...

Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education

Yelp Review for Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education(6)
  • Educational Activities
  • History
  • Kid Friendly Activities
  • Museums
  • Nature Spots

The Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education extols the virtue of viewing nature up close. The center includes a wildlife program for all ages such as fishing, crabbing and exploring the coastal ecosystem. Located in the Currituck Heritage Park, the Center has something for everyone. A short film, Life by Water’s Rhythms, showcases wildlife of the northern Outer Banks.

The Whalehead Club Historic House Museum

Yelp Review for The Whalehead Club Historic House Museum(26)
  • Boating
  • History
  • Museums
  • Picnicking
  • Scenic Spots
  • Tours

The Whalehead Club is a stunning example of Art Nouveau architecture and design and a period hunt club built in the 1920’s. Over time the home has been restored with many of the original pieces of furniture in the mansion, which now acts as a museum. Built by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knight, wealthy northerners with a passion for water fowling, the club was purchased in 1992 by Currituck Count...

The Whalehead Club Historic House Museum

Yelp Review for The Whalehead Club Historic House Museum(26)
  • Boating
  • History
  • Museums
  • Picnicking
  • Scenic Spots
  • Tours

The Whalehead Club is a stunning example of Art Nouveau architecture and design and a period hunt club built in the 1920’s. Over time the home has been restored with many of the original pieces of furniture in the mansion, which now acts as a museum. Built by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knight, wealthy northerners with a passion for water fowling, the club was purchased in 1992 by Currituck Count...