|Ocracoke Naval Base
|During World War II, the US Navy built a base on Ocracoke Island to patrol the coast and deter U-boat attacks.
|Fort Ocracoke Memorial
|During the Civil War, a Confederate fort was constructed on Beacon Island, about one mile inside Ocracoke Inlet. This memorial commemorates this fort and the men from Ocracoke and Portsmouth who served.
|During the Civil War, a Confederate fort was constructed on Beacon Island, about one mile inside Ocracoke Inlet. The fort was destroyed on September 17, 1861, and in 1998, the remains were discovered.
|NCCAT Ocracoke Campus
|The historic old Coast Guard building houses the Ocracoke branch of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.
|Community Store (Historic Site)
|This old general store was established in 1918 and sold groceries, clothes, fishing supplies, hardware, and even caskets.
|NPS Visitor Center
|Ocracoke is part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. There are many programs offered at the National Park Service Visitor Center on Ocracoke.
|Ocracoke Preservation Society Museum & Shop
|The Ocracoke Preservation Society is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to the preservation of Ocracoke Island’s rich historical and cultural heritage.
|The Howard Cemetery is one of the oldest on the island and one of the largest. George Howard, son of the last Colonial owner, is buried here.
|For many years Ocracoke boasted the tiniest public library in the United States. The current library replaced the 96 square foot small wood frame building in 1998.
|Ocracoke has the smallest public school in the state of North Carolina. The school averages just over 6 graduates per year.
|The Methodist Episcopal Church was first established on Ocracoke Island in 1828.
|Village Craftsmen / Howard St.
|Both the "Around Creek" and "Down Point" audio tours begin at Village Craftsmen on Howard Street.
|Built in 1938, Blackbeard’s Lodge was the first island building constructed specifically as a modern hotel.
|Old Post Office
|A History of the United States Post Office at Ocracoke.
|Howard Street is a North Carolina treasure. No other street has the history and charm it boasts.
|This small graveyard is the final resting place of four British sailors from an armed trawler torpedoed in 1942.