Here is a sampling of the attractions and activities available in and around Robersonville.
St. James Place Museum
This restored Primitive Baptist Church in Robersonville serves as a fascinating museum of southern folk art. Late, clapboard Gothic revival architecture church building now houses original furnishings, folk art, and antique duck decoys. More than 100 North Carolina quilts-including 42 African-American examples and hundreds of pieces of North Carolina pottery exhibited. On the corner of old US64 and Outerbridge St., Robersonville, NC. Open year round daily by appointment. Call library at (252) 795-3591, Monday-Friday (9AM to 5PM) and Saturday (9AM to 12 Noon) or call (252) 795-4576. Free Addmission.
East Carolina Motor Speedway
East Carolina Motor Speedway opened its first season in 1989 with the thoughts of having a much needed attraction for racing fans throughout Eastern North Carolina. This D-shaped , 3/8 mile track has 24 degree banking in its turns as well as 10 degree banking on its straight-a-ways. The track is 40 feet wide allowing cars to run three-wide for added excitement to its spectators. The grandstand can seat 3,000 fans and VIP booths located in turn four provide a first-class view of the entire track and pit area. For more information on this exciting attraction to Eastern North Carolina please visit www.ecmsracing.com or call (252) 795-3968.