Tour NC History @ Home Tour NC History @ Home allows you to explore and experience the rich history of our state wherever you are. Here you’ll find virtual tours, hand-on activities, and opportunities to travel back in time. These resources allow teachers, students, and every North Carolina citizen the chance to virtually visit all our NC Historic Sites. We invite you to open doors into the past and more fully understand the world we live in today with Tour NC History @ Home! Educator Resources Lessons and activities for teachers, parents, and students. Start learning! Video Resources Alamance Battleground Gov. Aycock Birthplace Bennett Place Bentonville Battlefield Brunswick Town / Fort Anderson Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center Duke Homestead Fort Dobbs Historic Bath Historic Edenton Historic Halifax NC Transportation Museum President James K. Polk State Historic Site Reed Gold Mine Roanoke Island Festival Park Somerset Place Thomas Wolfe Memorial Town Creek Indian Mound Vance Birthplace Search Our Collection The Collection of NC State Historic Sites is made up of more than 80,000 artifacts spanning 400+ years of North Carolina history. It encompasses a broad range of objects that help interpret the state’s rich history. Explore more about what we collect and how to care for your own items. Search Our Collection Search the combined collections of NC Historic Sites and the NC Museum of History. Other Resources NCLearn NCLearn is a gathering place for NC DNCR online content and educational resources in one place. Here you’ll find lesson plans, educator resources, collections, and assistance from state librarians and educators, as well as offerings from our state’s natural and cultural institutions. Learn at Home with NC Historic Sites Learn at Home with NC Historic Sites every Thursday at noon with the NC State Capitol, Historic Stagville, and the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum. (facebook required) Green Book Project Did you know that over 300 businesses in North Carolina were listed in the Negro Motorist Green Book? In fact, there were 327. Here you can find information about the project that highlights the experiences of African American travelers during the Jim Crow Era in North Carolina. History at Home Experience the North Carolina Museum of History digitally! Explore exhibits, engage the collections, tune into a podcast, check out blog posts and enrich your learning of Tar Heel history with our History-at-Home learning packets. NCpedia NCpedia highlights North Carolina's unique resources, people, and culture to enrich, educate and inform. NC360 NC360 is an immersive experience that allows anyone across the world to virtually discover some of North Carolina’s most popular natural and cultural attractions. State Highway Marker Program The North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program commemorates historically significant statewide places, people and events, and covers an array of subjects including schools, churches, battles, generals, artists, poets, preachers, musicians and civil rights. She Changed the World “She Changed the World: NC Women Breaking Barriers,” an initiative by the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, celebrates the achievements of North Carolina women and explores the diversity of their experiences and impact on our history. Genealogy Resource Room Resources from the State Library of North Carolina to get you started on your genealogy project. The Public Historian Since 1978, The Public Historian is the definitive voice of the public history profession, providing historians with the latest scholarship from the field. The Public Historian publishes the results of scholarly research and case studies and addresses the broad substantive and theoretical issues in the field.