New Bern Vacation Packages & Travel Deals
Welcome to the three hundred year old city of New Bern in North Carolina (US) that is exclusively known for its vast range of parks, museums and exhibits for children. Its sporting facilities for aquatic sports, skating, bowling, sand volleyball, picnic shelters and walking trails are in a league of their own. If your kid is artistic, he would be well served in a local pottery studio here and if he is a little adventurous, you can even take him/her along for kayaking or real-life interactive games hereYou should prefer to visit it for its Tryon’s Palace and three historic districts that tell a fabulous story of the way life here was in eighteenth century through some historical monuments.
Places of Interest in New Bern
Tryon’s Palace in New Bern is a replica of Governor Tryon's mansion which was burnt down in the 18th century. This was once the most famous place in the entire cit y - for it was where the governors used to issue their orders and the legislators used to devise laws for the common public. Today, you will find here costumed guides who will take you through the historical exhibits and American history.
Creekside Park is the alpha point of all the recreational fun activities in the city. It is located near the Coastal Carolina Regional Airport, and you can find some prominent sport centers like New Bern Area Soccer Association, Babe Ruth Girls' Softball, Sunday School Baseball, Special Needs Baseball, men's and co-ed softball and kickball here. It also has three playgrounds, a sand volleyball court, picnic shelter and a walking trail exclusively for children of 5-12 years of age. For the more adventurous kids, its waterfront is an ideal place to go for canoeing and kayaking.
The Accidental Artist
The Accidental Artist is a place every child in New Bern would like to go to. An afternoon spent here while painting one’s own pottery toys and studios is an experience that could completely be both mesmerizing and unforgettable to a child. The kids can choose an item to paint, look for a reference from the idea book and then let their imagination run its course. Once you’re through with it, the Accidental Artist’s authorities would even send this painting to your home, if you tell them to do so.