COVID-19 Information North Carolina Historic Sites will welcome visitors back into our Visitor Centers and historic structures beginning September 5, 2020, with some new procedures in place to help ensure the safety of staff and visitors, including: - Limiting visitors to 50% of occupancy, to allow a comfortable visit to Visitor Centers and historic structures. - Requiring cloth masks to enter Visitor Centers and historic structures, as outlined in Executive Order 163. - All exhibits in the Visitor Center will be open. - Installing hand sanitizer stations and increasing the frequency of cleaning high touch public areas and restrooms. - Installing protective barriers at sales counters and information desks. - Interactive exhibit features will be paused or modified. Visitors are expected to follow the “Three W’s” as outlined by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services – WEAR a cloth mask over your nose and mouth, WAIT in line at least six feet away from others, and WASH your hands frequently or use hand sanitizer. If you are experiencing symptoms of illness, we ask that you postpone your visit. Please visit individual site pages to check the availability of specific activities. We look forward to seeing you soon!