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Historic Corolla Village

The quaint, historic Corolla Village is a popular attraction for visitors to the Currituck Outer Banks. Sandy streets wrap with wooden signs connect the Currituck Hertage Park with the historic village and wind around the Currituck Beach Lighthouse. The Village is home to many unique businesses including the Wild Horse Museum that have been preserved in historic buildings from yesteryear.

The focus of the Village has been on the restoration and repurposing of the existing historic homes into retail shops and office spaces. Visitors can walk the paths and visit the carefully restored homes: The Parker House, Parker Outbuilding, Gray-Lewark House, Gray-Lewark Outbuilding, The Gard House, and A Village Garden. Twiddy & Company has been instrumental in efforts to restore the many buildings in the Village and is housed in the historic Kill Devil Hills Lifesaving Station which they have relocated to the Village. They have also restored the Wash Woods US Coast Guard Station #166, which is situated on the four-wheel-drive beaches of Corolla. Take a step back in time, visit the Historic Corolla Village.


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