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Visit These Duplin County Points of Interest

Liberty Hall Restoration -- Take a walk into history at Liberty Hall Plantation. Tour the 19th century main house and 12 out-buildings of the Kenan family's ancestral home.
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.
Closed Sundays, Mondays and major holidays
Phone: (910) 296-2175

Cowan Museum -- See and touch displays of the unique, the rare and the unusual; a fine collection of artifacts from our early rural American heritage. History you can get your hands on.
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m - 4 p.m.
Closed Sundays, Mondays and major holidays
Phone: (910) 296-2149

World's Largest Frying Pan -- Weight: 2 tons, diameters: 15' Located at the Town Square, Rose Hill.

Kenan Memorial Amphitheaters -- A 1,000-seat amphitheater hosting seasonal stage shows under the stars.

Four National Register Historic Districts -- Downtown districts of Wallace, Warsaw, Kenansville and Faison.

Plantation Homes Tour -- Experience our heritage and history first-hand; try our new plantation homes tour. See historic Liberty Hall Restoration, built c. 1833; tour The Murray House, an excellent example of Greek Revival architecture built by Dr. Needham Herring in 1853; and visit the Italianate-style plantation home of Dr. Buckner Hill with its cruciform 12-foot hallways, built c. 1855, all National Register-listed.

The Historic L.P. Best House / Duplin County Veterans Museum -- This restored 1894 Queen Anne house is the home of Duplin's only Veterans museum. The second floor is dedicated to recognizing Duplin County servicemen and women, and others, through the display of military artifacts and memorabilia from years past. Located in Warsaw, which is the home of the oldest, continuous Veterans Day Celebration in the nation. The community has honored the veterans since Armistice Day in 1918.
Hours: Thursdays & Fridays 1:00-4:00, Saturdays 2:00-4:00
Phone: (910) 293-2190

Tarkil Branch Farm Homestead Museum -- This restored 1830s homestead is a fine example of early farm life typical of most families in rural NC in the 19th century. The home, with period furnishings, and the nine outbuildings, all bring back the sights, sounds, and genuine feel of a disappearing lifestyle. See the 1925 country store, smokehouse, tobacco barn, and old farm equipment on the working farm. Wagon tours and a hiking trail for children and adults.
Open Every Saturday from 9 to 5
Phone: (910) 298-3804
E-mail: abf@airnettech.com
1198 Fountaintown Road, Beulaville, NC.

Maxwell Mill Park -- The Park is located in beautiful southeastern North Carolina.  Our close proximity to Pink Hill affords our guests the conveniences of typical small town amenities, including food markets, hardware stores, gas stations, restaurants, antiques and more.
Phone: (252) 568-2022
E-mail: info@maxwellmillpark.com
142 Maxwell Mill Campground Lane
Pink Hill, NC 28572

Duplin Winery -- is the oldest winery in the state. Duplin Winery produces award-winning wines made with a 200 year old recipe from native Muscadine Scuppernong grapes. Tasting tours, vineyard tours, dinner shows and a friendly welcome are all a part of what makes this a favorite Duplin County attraction.
Phone: (910) 289-3888
E-mail: info@duplinwinery.com
3668 S US 117 Hwy

Cabin Lake -- The Parks & Recreation Department operates Cabin Lake County Park which is located at 220 Cabin Lake Rd. in Pink Hill, NC. Duplin County's Cabin Lake is located approximately five miles north of Beulaville on Highway 111. The park is open for camping, hiking, fishing, boating, picnicking and swimming (during the summer only). Admission to the park is $3.00 per person while children ages five and under free.

Duplin Historical Society
-- The historical society was first organized on October 26, 1966, and is a nonprofit organization. Currently, they have between 250 and 300 members from all across the United States.