Stroll through downtown Morehead City, find 14 unique three-dimensional sculptures, and enjoy the artwork and detail of these colorful statues depicting sea life found in coastal North Carolina waters.
Each highly-gazed, four-sided piece is a sculpted clay bas-relief depicting the individual species in its natural environment.
MOREHEAD CITY DOCKS
Morehead City Docks is a mid-Atlantic stopping point for those cruising north/south, fishing the Bogue/Core Sounds and Outer Banks’ waters, or beginning the ocean voyage to the Caribbean and beyond. This sheltered, deep-water basin has 8 to 10-foot minimum depths and dockside and easy access to the Intracoastal Waterway and Beaufort Inlet.
Reserve a slip at www.dockwa.com. MCD offers 10 slips. Floating docks, electric hookups, and water. Conveniently located on the Morehead City Waterfront and within walking distance to Banks, Churches, Restaurants, and Shops.
The Mission of the History Museum of Carteret County is to capture, preserve, and present the heritage of Carteret County, North Carolina. The museum holds year-round programs, lecture series, and musical events.