Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education, Corolla, North Carolina
1160 Village Ln, Corolla, North Carolina 27927| Map |
The Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education is a resource that allows visitors to explore coastal North Carolina's wildlife, history and culture.
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Address: 1160 Village Ln, Corolla, North Carolina 27927| Map
Hours: Mon-Sat 9 am - 5 pm. State holiday closures vary. For additional details, check schedule. More Info
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This review is coupled with the Currituck Beach Lighthouse because in essence, they are in the same location. Together, they can pass for a 4 star experience, apart, probably closer to 2 1/2 each. The Center is a small building that houses some local historical/environmental chachkas: stuffed local wildlife, old boat, old outboard motors ... Interesting for a quick browse. They show a brief movie which I did not wait around for. What it has going for it is that it is FREE. To charge anything for that small an exhibit would be larceny but hey, I live in the biggest feloniest city in the world and to their credit, did not succumb to the greed. The second lure it that it was air-conditioned. It was a very hot s...