On this week’s episode, we’re visiting one of those most beautiful and little-known gardens in the country, the Elizabethan Gardens on Roanoke Island in Manteo, North Carolina within the Fort Raleigh National Historic site.
We’ll highlight some of the beauty that spans over 10 acers which includes hundreds of native plants and rare treasures such as a 9-foot-tall bronze statue of Queen Elizabeth I – reportedly, the world’s largest statue of the queen and a solid marble statue of Virgina Dare from 1860 representing the first child born of English Parents in the Americas in the 1500s.
So, come along with us as we have a lot of beautiful ground to cover – on this episode of History and Relics.
If you like our content, we ask that subscribe to our channel, like, and share with others. You may also leave a comment or question and we will respond as soon as possible.
To view more videos on our channel, Click the video here or visit:
You can leave us a Tip if you choose which can be made via our PayPal link at:
Visit our History and Relics Ebay Store as well at:
Every subscriber and tipster are very important to us and helps us to grow our channel and produce even greater content.
Thank you for watching! Enjoy!
History and Relics LLC