Home Child Paragraph Permanent Exhibit North Carolina Shad Boat Come see the Official State Historic Boat of North Carolina, first built in the early 1880s by George Washington Creef of Roanoke Island. Find out more Rentals Say I Do to History Plan your Business Functions, Wedding Reception, or Holiday Party at the Museum! Find out More Current Exhibits Experience - Explore - Engage Explore the current exhibit offerings being featured at the Museum of the Albemarle Find Out More Featured Exhibits Experience the past firsthand, learning about the people and events which shaped our community. Plan A Visit Find out more about our museum, including our location, history, and tours. Support the Museum Join us in telling the Albemarle story by volunteering your time, donating to our work, or adopting an artifact. Events - Find out about our upcoming events Child Paragraph View Embed 1Feb Feb 1, 2023 — Elizabeth City, NC History for Lunch: Families of the United States Colored Troops 8Feb Feb 8, 2023 — Elizabeth City, NC History for Lunch: Sea Level Rise Along the Coast of NC and Inland Communities 9Feb Feb 9, 2023 — Elizabeth City, NC Tot Time: National Bird Feeding Month 15Feb Feb 15, 2023 — Elizabeth City, NC History for Lunch: Progress & Growth: P.W. Moore High School, 1934 - 1954 "History Happens Here" We Are More Than a Museum! Welcome to Your Museum How to Support Your Museum Our Mission The Museum of the Albemarle promotes the understanding of history and material culture primarily of the Albemarle Region in which it is located and secondarily for the state of North Carolina for the educational benefit of all people. Through regional collections, historical interpretation, and professional assistance, the museum encourages citizens and visitors to explore and understand the past; to reflect on their own lives and their place in history; and to preserve regional history for future generations. Welcoming Visitors for Over 55 Years!