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Welcome history buffs! Meet our colonial visitors during Elizabeth City’s Historic Ghost Walk and explore historic sites in our three-day heritage weekend guide.
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Elizabeth City’s Historic Ghost Walk transports visitors to a specific time in Elizabeth City history and features real-life characters with riveting stories to tell. If you want to immerse yourself in authentic North Carolina culture, return to the region where it all began via our weekend guide.

How would you like to spend the evening with George Washington—the founding father who visited Elizabeth City—and Sir Walter Raleigh’s scouts who first came to the area in 1585? These are a few of the real-life characters that will haunt Elizabeth City during its annual Historic Ghost Walk, October 13-14, from 5:30-9:30 p.m.

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We are a region of memorable American firsts such as flight and English settlements. Discover the unique stories that are interwoven to create the cultural fabric that is North Carolina.

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Click here to view the Harbor Cam!

The cam is located facing the Pasquotank River and refreshes every 5 seconds.
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Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
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