Comfort Inn South Oceanfront
8031 Old Oregon Inlet Road
Nags Head, NC 27959
Phone: (252) 441-6315
Fax: (252) 441-2868
Arts & Museums
Visitors can explore the evolution of Roanoke Island and the Outer Banks from the late 16th century to the early 20th century through living history interpretations, exhibits, and a variety of visual and performing arts programs at this unique park that also features an 8,500 square foot hall of permanent, interactive exhibits, a film depicting the first English landing on Roanoke Island from the Native American point of view, an outdoor performance pavilion, an art gallery, and a museum gift shop.
Glenn Eure's Ghost Fleet Gallery is founded by Glenn Eure, an artist from Hawaiian Islands. This gallery basically showcases and sells variety of Glenn Eure's artwork that includes paintings, drawings and so forth. The Ghost Fleet Gallery also displays works of local artists, thereby giving them a chance to prove themselves. For event schedule and other details, call ahead or check its website.
A former station of the United States Life-Saving Service, the Chicamacomico Life Saving Station complex is now a museum. Built in 1874, the station features a gabled roof board and batten wooden structure and is a part of the Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station Historic Site. Tours of the facility are available and special events take place too, when volunteers dress up as life-savers and enact various scenes. A gift shop is also available on site for visitors to take back collectibles from their memorable experience.