Whalehead Club, Corolla

4.6
#3 of 25 in Museums in Outer Banks
Historic Site · Specialty Museum
Whalehead Club was a historic hunting club located in Corolla, Currituck County, North Carolina. The clubhouse was built as a private hunting retreat on the grounds of the Lighthouse Club between 1922 and 1925. It consists of a three-story, five bay, central block flanked by lower blocks with screened in porches. All three blocks are capped by steep gable roofs with dormers. During World War II, the property was leased by the United States Coast Guard.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
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  • Whalehead is a beautifully preserved historical home—luxurious and frozen in the 1920’s. The home is filled with historically accurate colors, furniture and photographs of the original residents...  more »
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  • Really good family orientated place. Good food, reasonably priced, good service, not crowded. Recommend it.
  • What a spectacular place to see! I thoroughly enjoyed my tour of the home and grounds so much, I went back for the hard-hat tour. The serenity of the home itself, as well as the nature around, made my trip! I would recommend taking a tour if you are staying in OBX.

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