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This was a very nice place to go to see some of the history of the Life Saving crews that were part of the Outer Banks history. We started out with a nicely done video that gave the background to what would later become the...More
While there are many lighthouses one can visit, the number of restored life-saving stations is limited. This is a prime example of one which is first rate. The thought of surfmen walking the shore in all kinds of weather looking for boats in distress doesn’t...More
Rainy day and looking for something indoors. We spotted a sign for a museum and we pulled in. This was such a pleasant surprise. Although we had to walk through ankle deep water because it had been raining all week it was worth it! The...More
While this is a great look back for the history minded, it is not going to keep young kids interested. There is a 20-30 minute video that was interesting for what I saw of it. We had to pass on the life saving demo they...More
We arrived at the station and were immediately greeted before stepping on the porch by Elaine, a super friendly and knowledgeable volunteer. Admission is $8 for adults, $7 for students and seniors, and $6 for children. The family pass is good for 5 individuals and...More
We thoroughly enjoyed visiting the life saving station . We love history and loved seeing the buildings and the pictures . It wasn’t very crowded either , like other places ! Be sure to check it out, it’s worth it.
So much history is contained within these walls and on these grounds. Seeing the way that they lived at that time and the rescue equipment that was available. It was a great place to spend an afternoon. Would definitely go back when we are in...More
Watched several excellent videos on the history of the station and its lifesaving techniques. One of the buildings is the Midgett house which is restored and meticulously furnished to its 1907 residential use and provides a unique look into daily life on Hatteras Island back...More
We recently visited this site while staying in Rodanthe with two of our grandchildren. We loved the two ladies on the staff who helped us that day. We watched an informative video first then took a self guided tour of the buildings and grounds. Quite...More