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Schools

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Sports

Wrightsville Beach is a popular summer beach, and is the widest on the Cape Fear Coast. It stretches for over a mile along the ocean, and patrolled swimming areas are located here. Jungle Rapids Family Fun Park is one amusement park the kids are going to love. This amusement park features grand prix go-karts, laser tag, a climbing jungle, rock climbing wall and jungle golf. The waterpark contains a large wavepool, lazy river, shallow playpool, waterfalls, tubes and Visit this site

Arts & Culture

Check out the Latimer House Museum, the Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington Children's Museum, the Burgwin-Wright Museum House & Gardens and the Wilmington Railroad Museum Visit this site

Special Attractions

Visit the Battleship North Carolina, considered the centerpiece of the Wilmington Riverfront. A definite must-see downtown attraction. The Bellamy Mansion Museum is a 4-story, 22 room wooden palace). This museum hosts travel exhibits, workshops, films, lectures, slide shows and other activities. Other sites include the Cape Fear Museum and the Cape Fear Serpentarium.

Entertainment

Get your dancing shoes on and check out some hot spots like Ibiza, Kefi, Lucky's, Red Dogs, the Reel Café or the Soapbox. Live bands, dancing venues and loads of fun. Check them out! Visit this site

Hotels

Hotels, motels, oceanfront condo's, private gated communities, waterfront communities and so much more. Whether you are looking for a vacation spot or retirement home, Wilmington offers it all! Visit this site

Restaurants

Wilmington hosts an array of fine dining experiences. What is you favorite food? Italian, Japanese, Sushi, Steak, Burgers. Wilmington has them all. Come savor the best of the best. Bon apetit! Visit this site

Wilmington, NC's Suburbs & Regions

New Hanover, Leland, Navassa, Bolivia, Masonboro, Myrtle Grove, Seagate, Sandy Creek, Northwest, Ogden, Castle Hayne.

Wilmington, North Carolina is a city in the state of North Carolina. This quaint port city is located in the southeastern corner of North Carolina between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean. Wilmington has become a popular destination because of its flex-season climate, historic preservation district, annual events such as Riverfest and the Azalea Festival, and numerous championship golf courses. Wrightsville Beach is the perfect 'hot' spot for sailors, surfers, sunbathers and seafood lovers.

The city has more than 65,000 residents and is home to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. It is also home to a regional visual and performing arts center, a regional medical center and to Screen Gems Studios. Did you know North Carolina, one of the largest motion picture and television studios outside of Hollywood?

Wilmington, was named in honor of Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington, who was a patron of North Carolina's Governor at the time. Even today, visitors are reminded of its rich history by the grand old homes and tree-lined boulevards making Wilmington one of the most beautiful small cities in the south. Come see all Wilmington has to offer!

Wilmington City Info

Wilmington, North Carolina is a city in the state of North Carolina. This quaint port city is located in the southeastern corner of North Carolina between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean. Wilmington has become a popular destination because of its flex-season climate, historic preservation district, annual events such as Riverfest and the Azalea Festival, and numerous championship golf courses. Wrightsville Beach is the perfect 'hot' spot for sailors, surfers, sunbathers and seafood lovers.

The city has more than 65,000 residents and is home to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. It is also home to a regional visual and performing arts center, a regional medical center and to Screen Gems Studios. Did you know North Carolina, one of the largest motion picture and television studios outside of Hollywood?

Wilmington, was named in honor of Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington, who was a patron of North Carolina's Governor at the time. Even today, visitors are reminded of its rich history by the grand old homes and tree-lined boulevards making Wilmington one of the most beautiful small cities in the south. Come see all Wilmington has to offer!

 

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