WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA   SIMPLY WONDERFUL

Nearby Attractions

P.L. Woodard House in Black Creek has been completely restored. View the website www.orgsites.com/nc/bchs or contact 252-243-5878 Opened 2 - 4 pm every third Sunday

Tobacco Farm Life
Hwy. 301
Kenly, NC  
919-284-3431
 
    Open Mon. - Sat. 9:30. 5:00 pm, Sun. 2:00-5:00 pm. (Admission charged) 
The Tobacco Farm Life demonstrates how families lived and worked in the tobacco industry. Visit an authentic farmhouse, see artifacts, or smell the sweet aroma of cured tobacco. Admission charged.

Porch Tours

Wilson, NC 27893 
252-243-8440
 
     
Wilson offers walk by Porch Tours through Historic Neighborhoods. The architectural treasures have been enjoyed for centuries. Expect to find ornate brackets, turned, chamfered, fluted & tapered columns, large wrap around victorian porches and bungalow homes.

P.L. Woodard House
Center St
Black Creek, NC 27813 
252-236-5578
 
    Open 2nd Sunday of each month 2:00-4:00 pm. 
A restoration of the P.L. Woodard House in Black Creek, located downtown on Center St.

Dan Finch Pottery

Bailey, NC  
252.235-4664
 
     
Dan Finch Pottery is located on family farm devoted to growing blueberry plants, pottery production and building bluebird nesting boxes. In addition, the farm is also the location of Homes for Bluebirds, Inc., a non-profit organization devoted solely to the preservation of bluebirds. All pottery is made, glazed, and fired at the farm studio.

Country Doctor Museum

Bailey, NC  
252-235-4165
 
     
Located in two small restored physician offices circa 1857, The Country Doctor Museum contains the Apothecary Shop, physicians office, exhibit area, and a medicinal herb garden.

Charles B. Aycock Birthplace

Fremont, NC  
252-242-5581
 
    Admission is Free. 
The Charles B. Aycock historical site features the governor's mid-nineteenth century farmstead, including a smoke house, pantry, kitchen, com barn, outhouse, school house and stables.