Eastern Carolina Village & Farm Museum
This living history museum seeks to present and interpret the experience of frontier life in eastern Carolina. The five-acre complex includes log homes and a church, a small museum, and a variety of recreated and historic structures that together create a frontier village. There are barns and various other buildings associated with agriculture, as well as a blacksmith shop, smokehouse, a general store that was first built in 1879, and an authentic one-room schoolhouse that was built in 1903. Visitors can also tour the Thomas Adrian Savage House which was built prior to the Civil War.
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