The following are directions to the Wild Horse Museum and Mustang Store, located on Corolla Village Road.
From Raleigh on NC 64:
US – 64 E (approx. 90 miles)
US – 17 Exit #514 Williamston / Washington; then left on US – 17 N (approx. 2 miles)
US – 13 N / US – 64 Alt. E (approx. 13 miles)
US – 13 N becomes US – 17 N (going toward Elizabeth City) (approx. 31 miles)
US – 158 E towards Outer Banks (approx. 19 miles)
US – 158 S to Outer Banks and Wright Memorial Bridge (approx. 25 miles)
See “After Crossing the Wright Memorial Bridge” below.
From Norfolk International Airport:
The Wild Horse Museum is about a 2 to 2 1/2 hour drive south. Take Norview Avenue to Interstate 64 toward Virginia Beach. Stay in left lanes of 64 until you are through the Virginia Beach traffic.
From I-64 E in VA:
Follow signs for the Outer Banks and Nags Head, exit 291B. This is the first exit past the Battlefield Boulevard exit. As soon as you exit, quickly shift to the leftmost lane to get on Route 168.
Follow 168 to the Outer Banks (It eventually becomes 158). You will have to pay a $2 toll in Virginia for the Chesapeake Turnpike.
After Crossing the Wright Memorial Bridge on 158 S:
After crossing over the Currituck Sound, proceed a mile or so, until you come to the fifth red light. Turn left onto Rt. 12 N toward the northern beaches or Southern Shores, Duck, Corolla.
WARNING – When you cross the bridge, it’s time to shift to “Outer Banks” time, slow down, and adhere to the posted speed limits – they are strictly enforced!
The Museum is located about 21 miles north of the light. You will go through the “downtown” Duck area before entering Currituck County. Continue north to historic Corolla. Pass the left turn to the Currituck Beach Lighthouse. The next paved road to the left will be Schoolhouse Lane. Turn left and the Wild Horse Museum will be on your right, behind the NC Barbecue and to the right of the STOP sign.