Here are some videos about our town and region for your viewing pleasure. Check back often because we keep adding new ones.
Learn about the history and restoration of Edenton’s Cotton Mill and the worker’s village homes adjcent to it.
Take a quick stroll through Eden’s waterfront district on a lovely Sunday afternoon.
Edenton, on the North Carolina Inner Banks Albemarle Sound within a short drive from the OuterBanks or Southeastern Virginia, was founded in 1712 and features 300 years of unique and outstanding history. Come visit us.
UNC Public Broadcasting's Deborah Holt Noel shows you all the ways to spend a weekend in Edenton!
Edd Lee Owens was born in the Edenton Cotton Mill Village, where a museum highlights a way of life that has since disappeared.
Presented by The NC Workhorse & Mule Association. From horse drawn plows to Modern day GPS guided equipment
Dedication of the 1767 Chowan County Courthouse by the Grand Master of NC Grand Masons in Celebration of the Courthouse 250th Anniversary
On May 9, 2017, the Supreme Court of North Carolina held a court session in the 1767 Chowan County Courthouse. This occasion marks the 250th Anniversary of the Chowan County Courthouse, the first courthouse in North Carolina. This is a historical opportunity where North Carolina’s first courthouse will host North Carolina’s highest court.
Learn about the 2016 Candlelight Tour. And then come join us next time!
UNC-TV "North Carolina Weekend" broadcast this piece spotlighting the Wessington House, which was the highlight of the 2014 Tour.
UNC-TV "North Carolina Weekend" show broadcast this piece on January 30 2014 about the history and value of Edenton Antiques.
A 30-second invitation video that promotes our anniversary year.
Edenton native, escaped slave, abolitionist and writer - hid here for seven years as a fugitive. This short video, broadcast by WRAL on her 200th birthday - February 11, 2013 - recaps her amazing story.
WRAL's Tar Heel Traveler series profiles the Roanoke River lighthouse move on May 1, 2012.
Professionally produced by visitnc.com, this video shows early restoration work being done on the lighthouse when it first arrived in Edenton.
In celebration of Edenton's 300th Anniversary Year, in May 2013, the North Carolina Supreme Court held one of their sessions in Edenton's historic colonial courthouse.
These pictures were probably taken in the late 1800s and early 1900s - some before 1904 and feature several recognizable landmarks.
Why Public Power is important to Edenton during its 300th anniversary year
WRAL's Tar Heel Traveler series profiles James Wilson - one of our country's Founding Fathers - and his close ties to Edenton.
A creative look at the frenetic pace of city life compared to the much more relaxed pace of Edenton.
WRAL's Tar Heel Traveler series profiles the work that was done a few years ago restoring the roof and other parts of the Cupola House.
A beautifully produced UNC-TV documentary about long-time Edenton resident Frances Inglis and her work helping to restore the Cupola House and its beautiful heirloom gardens.
Former Mill Village resident Gary Lee produced this informative video about the history of the Cotton Mill and its restored worker's village.
Former Cotton Mill Museum Board Member Kip Shaw produced this nostalgic video about bygone days in the Mill Village.
Fox 43 in Hampton Roads takes a look at Edenton and interviews resident Mildred Vanterpool.
A Web/TV Commercial produced for the Historic Albemarle Tour. A great organization that is promoting visits to historic locations in the Albemarle Area of North Carolina. Many have heard of The Outer Banks, but there is so much more to our area to explore.