Around Creek Audio Tour
This small graveyard is the final resting place of four British sailors from an armed trawler torpedoed in 1942.
This old general store was established in 1918 and sold groceries, clothes, fishing supplies, hardware and even caskets.
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.
Howard Street is a North Carolina treasure. No other street has the history and charm it boasts.
After a many years with two Methodist Episcopal Churches on the island, the congregations merged to form the Ocracoke United Methodist Church.
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 Audio Tours
Take a walking tour of Ocracoke hosted by Philip Howard and Lou Ann Homan.
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 Preservation Museum
The Ocracoke Preservation Society is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to the preservation of Ocracoke Island’s rich historical and cultural heritage.
Ocracoke has the smallest public school in the state of North Carolina. The school averages just over 6 graduates per year.
Old Post Office
A History of the United States Post Office at Ocracoke.
Village Craftsmen on Howard Street offers an extensive selection of quality American-made handcrafts.