The Triangle once again dominates the list of North Carolina’s most visited historic tourist attractions in 2016. You don’t want to miss these!
In the top 30, four attractions are in Raleigh, with one each in Durham and Chapel Hill.
The top tourist attraction, for the third year in a row, is in Raleigh. The Biltmore in Asheville had long been at the top since the list began 13 years ago, but is no longer counted among the popular attractions because it stopped reporting attendance totals.
The list is compiled by Carolina Publishing & Associates.