There is a show (play) that is put on outside and there is a cost. I was not able to see the show, but it sounded very good.
The visitor's center is small, but you do watch an informative short video explaining Mr. Raleigh and the fort. There are exhibits that show the dress of the people at that time.
There is a small National Unerground Railroad monument (statue) outside of the visitor's center that is called "First Light of Freedom" and has a quote that states "If you can cross the creek to Roanoke Island, you will find safe haven".
Worth a stop to see the show and get a stamp in your National Park book.
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