Cape Fear Museum of History and Science is the oldest history museum in North Carolina. Since its founding in 1898, the Museum has grown and changed. It began collecting confederate relics, and now collects images and artifacts that help us understand the history, science and cultures of the region.
814 Market Street
Enjoy Downtown Wilmington from the deck of the Henrietta III Riverboat as it cruises the Cape Fear River.
101 South Water Street
3201 South 17th Street
The NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher is located in Kure Beach, NC. Visitors enjoy “The Waters of the Cape Fear”, as they take a journey down the Cape Fear River – from freshwater streams and swamps, to coastline habitats, to reefs and the open ocean.
900 Loggerhead Road
Stories told through oral histories, photographs, and mementos as you experience the Battleship NC and the exhibits throughout the ship as history comes alive.
#1 Battleship Road
301 N Water St
Odell Williamson Auditorium is a performing arts theater located on the campus of Brunswick Community College, Bolivia, NC, serving the citizens of Brunswick County and surrounding areas of southeast North Carolina and northern South Carolina.
50 College Rd
Do you love wings? Really love wings? Think you’re good enough to judge who has Wilmington’s best wings. Tell us why you should be a judge in our Best Wings Competition.
Brooklyn Arts Center is a renovated and converted church, now a stunning concert venue hosting regional and national touring acts, as well as special events.
516 North 4th Street
Ph: (910) 538-2939
— 300 Airlie Road • Ph: 919.798.7700
Bellamy Mansion Museum And Gardens
— 503 Market Street • Ph: 910.251.3700
Cameron Art Museum
— 3201 S. 17th Street • Ph: 910.395.5999
Federal Point History Center
— 1121 N Lake Park Blvd • Ph: 910.458.0502