Museum of the Albemarle

The Museum of the Albemarle promotes the understanding of history and material culture primarily of the Albemarle Region in which it is located and secondarily for the state of North Carolina for the educational benefit of all people. Through regional collections, historical interpretation, and professional assistance, the museum encourages citizens and visitors to explore and understand the past, to reflect on their own lives and their place in history; and to preserve regional history for future generations.

Volunteer Activities
The Museum of the Albemarle brims with historical treasures from across the Albemarle region. These treasures come to life for thousands of people every year with the help of Junior Docents who host programs and events. Experience the fun of interpreting the past to children and adults by assisting us with gallery monitoring and hands on learning. Help develop educational programs, outreach, and promotional displays. Junior Docents are some of the museum's greatest treasures! Please join us if you are between the ages of 13-17 for our Junior Docent initiative. The opportunity awaits you to meet people, participate in special Junior Docent activities, and learn more about our region and state. Become a Junior Docent and help keep North Carolina's heritage alive.
Education & Literacy
Noah Janis
Contact Email
Contact Phone
(252) 331-4032
501 South Water Street
Elizabeth City
North Carolina
United States, 27909