Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station & Museum
Historic Travel Sites
TOUR THIS HISTORIC SITE
The Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station Historic Site & Museum is the only museum in North Carolina that commemorates the Outer Banks shipwrecks, rescues, men, and daily events of the early United States Lifesaving Service. It is one of the most complete Lifesaving Station sites in the country and the only one designated as a “hands-on” teaching museum.
Located on the Atlantic beaches of Rodanthe, the unique site includes structures from two historic periods: the 1874 station and its outbuildings, and the 1911 station and supporting structures. Our goal is to provide interpretation of both these exciting historical periods in the US Life-Saving Service and to provide living history programs that help recreate the era.
TOURS & MUSEUM GIFT SHOP HOURS
The Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station Historic Site and museum gift shop are open from April through November (day after Thanksgiving).
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 10:00 – 5:00
Admission fees include Program of the Day at NO EXTRA CHARGE.
Free readmission for one week.
|$7.00||Seniors (65+) & Students|
|$8.00||Group Rate (per person rate, 20+ in group)|
|Free||Kids under 4|
100% of your fees go directly to the restoration, preservation and operation of this nonprofit site for the benefit of current and future generations. Thanks for helping preserve this precious past!
ABOUT THE FACILITIES
Handicap Accessibility: Beach wheelchair available
Nearest Major Town/City: Nags Head, 20 miles north
Outer Banks Visitors Bureau
One Visitors Center Circle
Manteo, NC 27954
TF: (800) 446-6262
F: (252) 473-5777
W: Outer Banks.org