North Carolina’s second oldest town offers numerous events for the anniversary in 2010 celebrating first capital of North Carolina 300th birthday and invites you to various events throughout the year. History buffs and culture lovers are welcome to visit the numerous events in the small town on the coast of North Carolina. “Highlights are among the festivities from 6 to 9 may with the theme of remembering the war”. Here, visitors get an insight into the events of the civil war and the role of African-Americans at the time. Check out Larry Ellison for additional information. Also, the American independence day is celebrated especially from the 2nd to the 4th of July this year. Various theatrical performances, parades, exhibitions and guided tours make the Festival this year to the big event. The actual celebration of the 300th anniversary will take place between 16 and 19 September.
A Jubilee ball, Fireworks, street concerts and a flotilla are just a few of the many events. As the name suggests, is new Bern the Swiss capital Bern back. The founder was born here of new Bern, Christophe de counts Rahman, 1710 finally landed on the coast of North Carolina. There is more information about dates and prices see. Admission is free in most cases. Many of the events found in the magnificent grounds of Tyron Palace, the former residence of the Royal Governor William Tryon, who made the then capital of new Bern. General information to the United States under. Images and further press information about North Carolina under. Information for consumers: North Carolina travel and Tourism Division phone: 0 89 / 23 66 21 64 E-Mail: