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Twenty-five years ago the Historic Albemarle Tour was created. The tour covers fifteen eastern counties and twenty-seven natural and historic sites, including lighthouses and life-saving stations, the state's oldest surviving colonial architecture, museums, formal gardens, and an aquarium. Many feared for these sites when floods from Hurricane Floyd swept over the Albemarle region, but most tour sites weathered the storm.
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16762
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Created in 1975, the Historic Albemarle Tour is the oldest organized Heritage Trail in the southeast. The tour covers 17 eastern counties and 29 natural and historic sites, including lighthouses and life-saving stations, the state's oldest surviving colonial architecture, museums, formal gardens, and an aquarium. Historic Albemarle Tour signposts along the roads guide travelers.
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39395
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The Historic Albemarle Tour, the oldest organized heritage trail in the southeast, offers a self-guided tour of the region's heritage and culture. This article gives a small feature on the stops of the tour, namely: Corolla; Museum of the Albemarle; Historic Camden County; Historic Elizabeth City; Historic Hertford; Chicamacomico Life Saving Station; Historic Edenton; Historic Columbia; Historic Murfreesboro; Historic Jackson; Historic Halifax; Historic Windsor; Historic Hope Plantation; Historic Williamston; Historic Plymouth; Somerset Place; Belhaven Memorial Museum; Historic Bath; Aurora Fossil Museum; Historic Washington; Historic Tarboro; Roanoke River Canal; Stomewall Manor; North Aquarium; Frisco Native American Museum * Natural History Center; Graveyard of the Atlantic; and Ocracoke Island.