522 South Hughes Boulevard B
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
Phone: (252) 338-4124
Fax: (252) 338-4127
This beautiful Episcopal Cemetery that lies on 1.5 acre (0.61 hectares) of land is a great historic cemetery. Featuring some of the beautiful collection of the gravestones and fence with iron, this detailed architecture reflects the traditions of the burials of the early nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This cemetery is a great mourning place for the lost loved ones and also a great visit place to view the architectural beauty.
Elizabeth City State University is a college in Elizabeth City educating 2,500 students. The college is considered to be a historically serving the black community.
Church of the Holy Trinity in Hertford dates back to 1848 and has been in function ever since. Built is the Gothic Revival style, it has been well preserved and maintained. The church has a rich history and has kept up with its legacy by continuing the masses and ceremonies till date.
It has been a roadside attraction for three decades now and its popularity just seems to be growing. Grave Digger's Dungeon is the home of the iconic monster truck that took America's fancy since its creation in 1982. Digger's Dungeon is also a gift shop where you can buy plenty of Grave Digger merchandises. Click a picture with your family and friends beside the truck parked outside meant only for photographic purposes. Or get a thrill by sitting on one within the shop. Browse through the different parts of other Grave Diggers were damaged in accidents though these are not for sale.
Cavalier Wildlife Management Area is a preserved natural area of Chesapeake. This extensive area features amazing species of black bear, wild turkeys and rattlesnakes along with numerous migratory birds.
Lake Drummond is a pristine freshwater lake located in Virginia. Visitors can spot species like Bowfin and longnose gar while boating.
Currituck Beach Lighthouse, a magnificent Gothic Revival style lighthouse stands majestically on the Outer Banks in Corollo. Built in 1875, it is unlike the other black and white striped lighthouses that you will find here. To reach the observation deck of this red-brick structure, one has to climb 214 stairs. Along the stairway, there are wall mounted displays of the history of the lighthouse. The view atop is a panoramic vista of the Currituck Heritage Park, Currituck Sound and Corolla Village. Its beacon is still operational and can be visible at dusk. Currituck Beach Lighthouse is a registered historic destination.