All the proceeds made at this cool shop benefit the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, the non-profit group that protects and cares for the northern beaches’ herd of wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs. Both Wild Horse Museum shops (1129 Corolla Village Road in Corolla and 1177 Duck Road, Scarborough Faire in Duck) feature everything for any age of horse lover. The shop staff can fill you in on the horse tours they offer and the mission of the Wild Horse Fund. Stop in, get educated, go horse crazy and help support a worthy cause! Shop for the official Corolla Wild Horse Fund calendar, local and California wines; etched wine glasses; pottery by local and American craftsman; dream catcher jars, horses, and coasters; note pads; horsehair bracelets;  earrings; sea glass jewelry; pashminas; key chains; plush horses; puzzles; tote bags; “Saving the Horses of Kings,” (the only book written exclusively about the wild horses of Corolla);  koozies;  hoodies; a wild horse documentary on DVD; long and short sleeve T-shirts;  pillows; switch plates; night lights; postcards; Breyer horses; necklaces; zippered and crew neck sweat shirts; horse books; matted photographs; cards; and so much more! The Corolla Wild Horse Museum Store is open year round and the Duck store is seasonal. Call for hours.

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Bodie Island Lighthouse

Bodie Island Lighthouse

The Bodie Island Lighthouse, (pronounced "Body") is located just south of the town of Nags Head and Whalebone Junction, where Highway 158, Highway 64, and NC Highway 12 intersect. Visitors travelling towards Hatteras Island can't help but notice the black and white horizontal striped structure, peaking out over a line of dense cedar trees on the soundside.