Tucked in quaint Old Corolla Village you will find the Wild Horse Museum operated by the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, caretakers of the wild horse herd. The museum welcomes visitors year-round to provide free information about the wild Spanish Mustangs that roam the northern beaches of the Currituck Outer Banks. The museum includes touch exhibits for children, a wall-sized aerial map of the horse’s range, video displays, and friendly staff to answer questions about how to see the horses as well as learn about their historic significance. Children’s activities such as live mustang visits, and horse painting are offered during the summer months. Sales in our gift shop help fund efforts to preserve and protect the horses. Admission is free and nominal fees apply to children’s activities. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund is now offering the “Trip of a Lifetime.” Locate and observe the wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs with the herd manager of the nonprofit Corolla Wild Horse Fund and learn from the expert. Your purchase of a Mustang Defender membership at the $250 level entitles you and a guest to travel the north beach with the only official manager of the wild horse herd. Your purchase of a Charter membership at the $500 level entitles you and three guests to accompany the herd manager. You will also receive a beautifully mounted and framed photo. Each four hour trip is based on the real time experience and daily activities of the horses and the people that protect and care for them. Traveling in a spacious, air conditioned GM Yukon, you see what the herd manager sees. Be involved in the daily documentation or just sit back and enjoy. The photo opportunities are endless. Best of all, your membership dollars go to help care for horses. Contact the Corolla Wild Horse Fund for more information.