Moores Creek National Battlefield

Description:

The battle on February 27, 1776, between North Carolina Patriots and Loyalists, is commemorated here. The Patriot victory notably advanced the revolutionary cause in the South."King George and Broadswords!" Loyalists were unaware of what they would encounter as they charged across a partially dismantled Moores Creek Bridge on February 27, 1776. Just beyond the bridge nearly 1,000 North Carolina patriots waited quietly with cannons and muskets poised to fire. This dramatic victory ended British rule in the colony forever. Walk our history, nature, and Tar Heel trail to discover all Moores.

Location:
200 Moores Creek Drive

Currie, NC

28435
Seasonal:
Closed New Year's Day and Christmas Day
Hours:
9am-5pm daily
Admission:
Free
Phone Number:
(910) 283-5591
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