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Formal gardens along Roanoke Sound commemorate the first English colony in America. Take a self-guided tour or download their app. Shady paths, antique statuary, and ancient live oaks are a respite from sun and sand.
Great spot to walk around and take in the historic gardens. There is a fee to get in.
Elaborate gardens created for your enjoyment, and as a living memorial to the time when Sir Walter Raleigh’s lost colonists lived in this very place over 400 years ago. Visit website for tour information and events.
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