The One Small Town In North Carolina With More Historic Places Than Any Other
By Melissa Mahoney|Published September 27, 2022
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Bath is a rather historic small town in North Carolina. Established in 1705, this is the state’s first town and it has seen several key events in history. Set near the Pamlico River and first settled by Europeans in the 1690s, Bath has a long history and numerous historic sites to explore.
As you can see, Bath is a historic small town in North Carolina with a long history and plenty of beauty and sites to see. Have you ever visited this town? Let us know in the comments. To learn more about this town and plan your visit, head to the North Carolina Historic Sites website.