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Attraction Name:A Century of Chowan Through Photographs
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Description: 200 E. Church St., Edenton, NC. 252-482-8005. This permanent exhibit depicts life in Chowan County from 1850 to 1954 and is located in the Swain School Building. This exhibit features a variety of scenes from bygone days. Free.
 
Attraction Name:Ackland Art Museum
Website: http://www.ackland.org
Description: S. Columbia St. at Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC. 919-966-5736. This collection of 15,000 objects broadly covers the history of European painting and sculpture, including masters such as Rubens, Delacroix, Degas and Pissarro. It's particularly strong in Asian art and African art and works on paper with some traditional North Carolina pottery and folk art.
 
Attraction Name:Afro-American Cultural Center
Website: http:/www.aacc-charlotte.org
Description: 401 N. Myers St., Charlotte, NC. 704-374-1565. A multi-disciplinary arts organization preserving the rich artistic heritage of African-American culture through exhibitions, performances, workshops and hands-on activities.
 
Attraction Name:Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge
Website: http://www.outer-banks.com/alligator-river
Description: US 64/264, Manteo, NC. 252-473-1131. The refuge has more than 150,000 acres of wetland habitats and a wide variety of wildlife ranging from wood ducks and alligators to black bears and red wolves. Plant species including the Atlantic white cedar, bald cypress, wildflowers and shrubs are abundant. Hiking and wildlife trails, observation platforms and fishing areas. Trails for kayaking and canoeing; guided canoe tours are available for a fee.
 
Attraction Name:Appalachian Cultural Museum
Website: http://www.museum.appstate.edu
Description: University Hall Dr., Boone, NC, 828-262-3117. This museum, which is part of Appalachian State University, is dedicated to the life and culture in the mountains of western North Carolina. AC.
 
Attraction Name:Appalachian Heritage Museum
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Description: 175 Mystery Hill Ln., Blowing Rock, NC, 828-264-2792. This home built in 1903 for the founding fathers of Appalachian State University, B.B. and D.D. Dougherty, contains authentic turn-of-the-century decor. Visitors learn how mountain families lived in the early 1900s. AC.
 
Attraction Name:Appalachian Ski Mountain
Website: http://www.appskimtn.com
Description: 940 Ski Mountain Rd., Blowing Rock, NC, 828-295-7828, 800-322-2373. Skiing since 1962. Family ski resort open mid-November through March. Home of French-Swiss Ski College. Outdoor ice skating rink. Ski and gift shops. AC.
 
Attraction Name:Artspace
Website: http://www.artspace.citysearch.com
Description: 201 E. Davie St., Raleigh, NC. 919-821-2787. This nonprofit visual arts center presents exhibitions, educational programs and artists working in open studios. Free.
 
Attraction Name:Asa Biggs House
Website: http://www.visitmartincounty.com
Description: 100 E. Church St., Williamston, NC. 800-776-8566. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 19th-century dwelling of Judge Asa Biggs serves as a visitors center. Located in historic downtown Williamston.
 
Attraction Name:Atimore-Oliver House Museum
Website: http://www.newbernhistory.org
Description: 510 Pollock St., New Bern, NC. 919-638-8558. Built in 1790 by prominent New Bernian Samuel Chapman. Furnished with 18th- and 19th-century antiques, the museum also features a room of Civil War memorabilia and a unique doll collection. Free.
 

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