The Unique Village In North Carolina Where Time Stands Still

Nowhere in the Outer Banks is life in the 1800s quite as obvious than at the living history homestead of the Etheridge Family, among the original settlers of Roanoke Island in 1757. Now owned and operated by a non-profit organization, the old homestead, now called Island Farm, is open seasonally (April to November) for all to experience what life was like in the way back when in the Outer Banks.

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