Visit the Belhaven Memorial Museum, the eclectic historic collection of Mrs. Eva Blount Way.
Machapunga Ecotours/ Belhaven
Experience the beauty, ecology, and natural resources of the Pungo River/Pamlico Sound in a fun, interactive, hands-on way, while on your personally guided boat tour.
Belhaven Marina on Water Street offers kayak rentals with shops, attractions, and restaurants within steps of the marina.
Kaye Lee’s Corner Rock Museum/ Pamlico Street, Belhaven
Belhaven Regional Library https://bhmlib.org/belhaven/
Bluegrass Jam, Tuesday nights at 6:00, Belhaven
Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge https://www.fws.gov/refuge/mattamuskeet/
Pocossin Lake National Wildlife Refuge https://www.fws.gov/refuge/pocosin_lakes/
Goose Creek State Park/ near Belhaven
A primitive camping area, picnic sites, swim beach and hiking and paddling trails offer a variety of ways to savor the tranquil surroundings at Goose Creek State Park.
N.C. Estuarium/ Washington
With over 200 exhibits, aquariums and works of art, the Estuarium is dedicated to the unique ecosystem of eastern North Carolina’s estuaries and its effect on local culture. Located nearby in Washington.
Aurora Fossil Museum/ Aurora
Located in the town of Aurora, the Aurora Fossil Museum showcases 5 to 15- million- year- old marine fossils from the nearby PCS Aurora Phosphate mine and native American artifacts from across prehistoric North Carolina. Camp Boddie is located along the picturesque banks of the Pamlico River as part of the East Carolina Scout Reservation.