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This is a great place to learn about black bears and see some interesting animals from other parts of the world. You get a personal tour. The black bear is educational and shows you some expanded areas of northeastern North Carolina. It was fun to...More
The staff of this 'museum' is exceptionally friendly. I collect visits to Bible museums and attractions and enjoyed this small one. I'm not sure why the hunter who admires God's creation so much feels the need to shoot it for display thousands of miles from...More
This wildlife museum is a small building with various rugs, busts and stuffed animals ranging from elephant heads to full stuffed lions.
Neat little place if in the area - free with donations welcome (recommended obviously to help support it)
The ladies working there were...More
We went with Trail Life USA to visit this museum, the Plymouth Civil War museum, Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, and the CSS Albermarle and had a picnic lunch on the riverfront boardwalk (had a tour of nearby Mackeys Ferrys Peanuts too!). The Wildlife Museum helped...More
While in Plymouth I wanted to visit all the significant historic places and attractions so I came here with that in mind. I did not find any historical connection to Plymouth or to the area in general. Still a nice place to visit especially if...More
Incredible wealth and diversity of taxidermy displays, wonderfully curated and explained.Tom Harrison, a local fellow, owns this place, met him and bought his Bear picture book. All in all, quite nice experience.
Also attended the annual Civil War re-enactment the next day....and there was Tom...More