Best Wilmington NC Attractions
Wilmington, NC has it all: beaches, beauty, history, dining and nightlife. If you’re coming to visit, you’ll want to hit the high spots and fit in as much as you can. So we at Event Shuttle Service have compiled a list of the best attractions in Wilmington, NC. If you already live here and know about the doings in Wilmington, you’ll appreciate our handy list when friends and relatives come to visit (they always do) and you find yourself thinking, “How shall I keep them entertained today?”
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Here are just a few of the many ongoing attractions you’ll find in Wilmington, NC. For a calendar of events around town on any given day or week, check out Wilmington NC Event Calendars.
Murder Mystery, Ribs on the River and Dinner Cruises are just a few of the cruises you can enjoy aboard the Henrietta on the Cape Fear River. The company offers other boats and smaller nature cruises, too. Call (910) 343-1611.
Airlie is open all week for walking tours through gardens and around historic structures, Bradley Creek, and a small lake. Check the website for special events. Call (910) 798-7700 for information.
Moored across the river from downtown Wilmington, NC, the Battleship North Carolina is open for visitors to walk the decks. Envision the daily life and combat the crew faced in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. Call (910) 251-5797 for information.
Featuring more than 80 species of reptiles, Wilmington, NC’s Serpentarium is an amazing experience for nature lovers, reptile aficionados, and any 10-year-old boy. For information, call (910)762-1669.
Open every day but Monday, the Cameron Art Museum combines traveling exhibits with selected work from the area’s best artists, such as Claude Howell. The CAM Café offers a fresh dining experience. Call (910)395-5999.
Legion Stadium in Wilmington, NC, hosts Wilmington Hammerheads soccer games, Wilmington Sharks baseball games, Wilmington Tigers and high school football games, and concerts and festivals throughout the year. To check the schedule, call (910) 341-7855.
A stroll along Wilmington, NC’s downtown Riverwalk is welcome any time of year. Enjoy breezes from the Cape Fear River and the city’s historic architecture, and stop for a bite to eat or a little shopping.
There’s always something interesting going on at Wilmington, NC’s Convention Center. From business events to sports to elegant galas, you’re sure to find something you like. (Call 910) 251-5101 for information on what’s up next.
The weekend gets started every Friday night in summer on Wilmington, NC’s downtown Riverwalk. Downtown Sundown is free, hugely popular and a great way to cool off and wind down. Call (910) 763-7349 to see who’s playing.
Get out on the water to see Wilmington, NC as it’s meant to be seen. Full Moon Cruises, Harbor Night Cruises, and Eco Cruises are just a few of the rides you’ll enjoy on Wrightsville Beach waterways. Call (910) 200-4002 to book your cruise.
Wilmington, NC takes great pride in our Bellamy Mansion Museum, a lovely example of antebellum architecture. Built on the eve of the Civil War the house is now a museum of history and design arts, and offers tours and cultural programs. Call (910) 251-3700 for information.