Tryon Palace is located in New Bern in North Carolina. The palace was the administrative headquarters of the British governors in North Carolina. This was between the years 1770 and 1775. It was also the official residence of the governors. Rebel troops seized the residence in 1775. The building burned down in 1792. A replica was constructed in the 1950s. The architect used some of the original plans. He also added in some modern support structures.
Tryon Palace insists on research and offering scholarship opportunities. They are in search of information that is historically correct. It encourages hands-on learning by participating in and exploring the resources of the museum. They appreciate curiosity from visitors and encourage learning progressively. They have invested greatly in customer service. Visitors gain experiences full of fun knowledge and exciting adventures.
A fire started in the cellar in 1798. The building was completely consumed. The only structures that survived were the kitchen and stable offices. The only original structure that remains today is the stable office. The kitchen was razed in the early 1800s.
7. The New Bern Academy – The school was established in 1766. It was the first building established by legal mandate. The original building was also consumed by a fire in 1795. The existing building was constructed in 1806. It was completed in 1809.