North Carolina Field Trips
I have compiled this list from ideas posted on the N.C. Homeschool Facebook page and from my own research. I already have a couple of posts about North Carolina field trips, but wanted to compile a list. You can check out my Free or Almost Free post and my Raleigh field trip post. This is just a start and I will keep adding to this post.
~ Looking Glass Falls (Pisgah National Forest)
~ Gem Mining: Doc's Rocks or Foggy Mountain
~ Biltmore Estate: They have homeschool days in September.
~ Ghost Town in the Sky
~ Linville Caverns
~ Catawba Science Center
~ Latta Plantation: They have a homeschool day in September
~ Kanna Alpaca Farm
~ Homeland Creamery
~ Morehead Planetarium
~ Carolina Tiger Rescue
~ Duke Lemur Center
~ Fascinate-U Children's Museum
~ North Carolina Transportation Museum: They have a homeschool day in May.
~ North Carolina Zoo: You have to call ahead 15 days before hand. You and your children (K-12) are allowed free admission. Any additional adults and children have to pay regular admission. They even offer a discounted rate to out of state homeschoolers.
~ Carolinas Aviation Museum
~ Marbles Kids Museum: Discounted rate for homeschool families. One adult is admitted free.
~ Old Salem: They have homeschool days in September.
~ Reed Gold Mine
~ Airborne & Special Operations Museum
~ Wright Brothers Memorial
~ Simply Natural Creamery
~ Sea Turtle Hospital
~ North Carolina Aquariums: Pine Knoll Shores has a homeschool day in September. Homeschoolers are also allowed one free day at any of the aquariums.
~ USS North Carolina: Children are charged a discounted rate. Adults are admitted at a discounted rate.
~ Tryon Palace
~ North Carolina Estuarium