Despite sharing a name, both Stone Mountains offer unique delights for families to enjoy.
From the mountains to the sea, these trails are perfect for the entire family.
Since a visit to the North Carolina Zoo isn’t currently possible, the Zoo is bringing its programs to you
If you love the small-town vibe, pack a suitcase to discover the irresistible charm of these North Carolina road-trip worthy destinations.
North Carolina is home to many scenic routes for families who enjoy road-tripping.
Venture out of town for a day trip or weekend getaway to enjoy one or more of the state's best fests.
Kids 16 and younger are admitted to the estate for FREE May 24-Sept. 2.
Regional music festivals offer fun for the whole family.
Tickets for the Sept. 7-9 Autumn at Oz event have sold out.
Not only does it offer quick access to Wrightsville Beach, but Wilmington also boasts plenty of other activities that appeal to multiple members of the family.
Program highlights state's waterways and nearly 1,500 miles of hiking trails across the state.
There’s a legendary battle to defend the universe from evil, and you’re invited to grab a seat to see the action as "Marvel Universe LIVE! Age of Heroes" heads to North Carolina.
Often overshadowed by Asheville, its showier neighbor to the north, this charming western North Carolina town is a family destination in its own right.
The new prices will be available at the North Carolina Aquariums at Roanoke Island, Pine Knoll Shores and Fort Fisher.
Boo at the North Carolina Zoo (Oct. 28-29) will feature a variety of games, a costume contest, face painting, music, a puppet parade and a dance
Take a day trip to experience "Prehistoric Passages: Realm of Dragons," which opens Nov. 17.
The fair celebrates its 150th birthday with a special admission price on opening day, Oct. 12.
Gatlinburg is a carnival of activity with beautiful natural surroundings, amusement park rides, mazes of mirrors and unusual museums.
Dembe, a 5-year-old male, will join the North Carolina Zoo's gorilla troop.
Tweetsie Railroad’s Ghost Train will be held Friday and Saturday nights from Sept. 22 to Oct. 28.
North Carolina shows are scheduled for Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro and Fayetteville.
A compilation of events and viewing parties occurring within the path of totality.
Plan a trip to this South Carolina capital city, the home of the largest children's museum in the South.
Popular celebration includes performances from Choo Choo Soul and the PEANUTS Gang.
Day Out With Thomas will be held Sept. 29-Oct. 1 and Oct. 6-8 at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
Thanks to new attractions and additions, attendance has soared to a 20-year high.
Five-day celebration planned with live music, parade and fireworks.
Bonus: Kids get in free with paying adult all summer long at Biltmore Estate.
Help your kids discover the pleasures of reading books.
Enjoy a family-friendly Crystal Coast adventure.