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Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

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History of the Albarmarle

A great place to learn about the pass of this area. Very informative. Does not take long to visit... read more

Reviewed 19 December 2016
Debkiny
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Elizabeth city NC
Informative

Information given that we did not know was local and that we had never heard or read about... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2015
560lynm
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Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina
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19 Dec 2016
“History of the Albarmarle”
21 Aug 2016
“rather sad”
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The purpose of the Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau is to increase travel to Pasquotank County generating revenues and improving the economy of the county. This is achieved through an aggressive advertising, tourism and public...more
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501 S Water St, Elizabeth City, NC 27909-4863
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+1 252-335-5330
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Reviewed 19 December 2016

A great place to learn about the pass of this area. Very informative. Does not take long to visit and view everything on your time.

Thank Debkiny
ECityCVB, General Manager at Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded 21 December 2016

Thanks for the review. Glad you enjoyed visiting the Museum of the Albemarle.

Reviewed 21 August 2016

We made the spur of the moment decision to explore Elizabeth City as a short day trip from Virginia Beach. Driving through the historic downtown on a Sunday morning was frankly depressing - dilapidated buildings, shuttered up businesses, virtually no pedestrian (well, where would you...More

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ECityCVB, General Manager at Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded 14 September 2016

Thank you for the feedback. Sorry we were not the destination for you. As a community, we are currently working on programs to revitalize and beautify the city. Your feedback is a reminder of how important these programs are. On Sunday, many of our businesses...More

Reviewed 14 March 2016

We arrived looking for a new previously undiscovered location. As we normally do, we went to the Vistors Center (on a Saturday) only to find it closedMore

1  Thank va_yankee23
ECityCVB, General Manager at Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded 5 April 2016

Thank you for your feedback. We are looking at making some changes this coming year that will allow us to be open on Saturdays. I’m sorry we were not open for your visit. Please feel free to contact me directly at director@discoverelizabethcity.com if there’s anything...More

Reviewed 19 November 2015 via mobile

The visitor center was so helpful and wonderful Susan, Charlotte, everybody was great. Free use of a bicycle while I waited on a part for boat repair. Zero Night life but that's not what I was looking for. Too nice men at the dock, Ted...More

1  Thank OnZgoSteve
ECityCVB, General Manager at Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded 10 March 2016

I'm glad we were able to help you on your visit to Elizabeth City. We hope you come back for a visit soon!

Reviewed 6 November 2015

We met them on trip to explore Wright brothers journeys. Great and hospitable people! Town is friendly if not remote geographically.

1  Thank JackBlack1952
Reviewed 11 July 2015

Information given that we did not know was local and that we had never heard or read about. Friendly and willing to answer any questions.

1  Thank 560lynm
Reviewed 20 April 2015

We were desperately looking for a county map. Once we found out that the Bureau was closed on the weekend, we continued to search gas stations, hotel lobbies and stores for a map (which we never did find after going to at least a dozen...More

Thank Francine C
Reviewed 1 February 2015

Our county is in one of the poorest in NC. You can't compare us to your local metropolises. The downtown is TRYING to revitalize but like anything it takes time. What you miss if you are looking too fast are the people. There is a...More

4  Thank StayCationNC
Reviewed 1 September 2014

Stay two nights at Elizabeth city as a close place when visiting the Outer Banks NC. We found the city lifeless, empty downtown and empty water front. No places open for coffe or snacks along Sunday, hardly found a dinner. The building were kept in...More

2  Thank EBY2013
Reviewed 20 July 2014

We were amazed at the number of homes for sale around the lake close to the old down town area,it would appear that effort is being made to get the historic downtown area happening again but the local residents may be voting with their feet...More

Thank Ted N
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