Visit North Carolina From Home

Your travel plans to North Carolina might be paused, but you can still explore all our state has to offer without ever leaving home. Customize your Zoom experience with a stunning backdrop while catching up with family and friends, virtually tour our museums and cities you've never visited before, and support local businesses by ordering barbecue and beer to go from a number of restaurants and breweries offering curbside pickup.

We'll see you again soon.

Custom Zoom Backdrops

Mile High Swinging Bridge

Custom Zoom Backdrops

If you can't actually visit these attractions right now, you can at least pretend you're there. Walk across the Mile High Swinging Bridge in the High Country, take in a spectacular skyline view of Charlotte, or visit the mailbox that holds travelers' hopes and dreams.

 

Tour Our State Virtually

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

Tour Our State Virtually

Hike our mountains, drive down the 469 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway, tour art and military museums, or explore coastal communities like never before – from inside your home.

 

Virtual Postcards

Virtual Postcards

While we wait for the right time to travel safely again, we created virtual postcards you can send to friends, share on social media or save for your desktop background so you can daydream about all the fun trips you’ll take in the future.

 

Take-Out and Delivery Options

Like many other restaurants, Kindred in Davidson is offering curbside pick-up

Take-Out and Delivery Options

Countless restaurants and bars, plus more than 300 breweries, across North Carolina would love to be your choice for dinner tonight. Here's an easy guide to find which local establishments are offering curbside pick-up, take-out and delivery options to their communities.

 

Cook It Forward

#cookitforwardnc

Cook It Forward

Even when we we're apart, food has the power to bring us together. North Carolina chefs have started Cook It Forward NC, a challenge to share the love - and the spotlight - by promoting other chefs and their restaurants from around the state.

 

 

Updated April 7, 2020
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