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Discover a New City with a Bus Charter in Wilmington, North Carolina

Wilmington, North Carolina

The seat of New Hanover County, Wilmington is home to more than 112,000 people. Explore the city comfortably on a bus charter in Wilmington, North Carolina.

A bus charter in Wilmington, North Carolina can take you around the port city to see these attractions:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Check out the Jungle Rapids Family Fun Park where you have a variety of features such as a water park, laser tag, video arcade, miniature golf, go karts, and others.

Arts & Culture

The Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts is a city hall and theater that was built in the 1850s and sports a classical revival and late Victorian architectural style. You can still watch theater productions here today. You can also go to the Hannah Block Historic USO Community Arts Center, which stages theater productions and recitals. It is home to the Thalian Association Children's Theater.

The Cultural Arts Building at the University of North Carolina - Wilmington College of Arts and Science is shared by the university's Departments of Theatre, Music and Art. You can watch recitals, theater productions, and musicals here, as well as attend art exhibits. You should also watch the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra perform, or perhaps catch the events hosted by the Brooklyn Art Center. You can also go to Brown Coat Pub and Theatre, and TheaterNOW.

The city also holds several annual events and festivals, including arts and crafts festivals such as the Orange Street Arts Fest and the Autumn with Topsail. Or perhaps you would want to join the Riverfest or the Cucalorus Film Festival. Then you have the festivals that celebrate the city's diversity and ethnic people, including Festival Latino, and Greek Festival. Other festivals you can go to include Mardi Gras at The Cotton Exchange, North Carolina Jazz Festival, the Carolina Beach Music Festival, the Independence Day Fireworks Shows, Poplar Grove’s Haunted Halloween, Wrightsville Beach Hosts Holiday Flotilla, and Flotilla at Topsail Island.

Restaurants & Shopping

The Cotton Exchange is a one-of-a-kind shopping complex that comprises of eight historic buildings built in the 19th and 20th centuries. Other shopping complexes in the city include Independence Mall, Mayfaire Town Center, Hanover Center Shopping Mall, Long Leaf Mall, Chandler's Wharf, and Front Street Center.

You also have several antique shops in the city where you can find some great stuff to add to your collection. Check out Castle Street Antique Pickers Mall, the Vintage Marketplace, Antiques of Old Wilmington, Maggys Antiques and Collectibles, Uptown Market Antiques, Castle Corner Antiques, Betty B's Antiques Upscale Resale, Michael Moore and Jazzcars. Then you have the specialty shops that dot the city, including the Black Cat Shoppe, Old Books on Front Street, Tickled Pink, and the Ivy Cottage, among many others.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play golf at these golf courses: Masonboro Country Club, Beau Rivage Golf and Resort, Echo Farms Golf & Country Club, Pine Valley Country Club, Cape Fear Country Club, Cape Fear Course, Wilmington Municipal Golf Course, Masonboro Country Club, Beau Rivage Golf and Resort, Pine Valley Country Club, Pine Valley Course, Cape Fear Country Club, Wilmington Municipal Golf Course, Inland Greens Golf Course, Inland Greens 1 Course, Country Club of Landfall, Porters Neck Country Club, and Eagle Point Golf Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The city has 19 sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include the USS North Carolina (BB-55) National Historical Landmark, which is being operated as a museum ship and memorial. Then you have the national historic districts where architecturally and historically important buildings are found very near to each other. These historic districts are Market Street Mansion District, Masonboro Sound Historic District, Sunset Park Historic District, Brookwood Historic District, Carolina Heights Historic District, Carolina Place Historic District, Westbrook-Ardmore Historic District, and Wilmington Historic and Archeological District.

Other historic sites you could visit are Audubon Trolley Station, Delgrado School, Federal Building and Courthouse, Fort Fisher, Gabriel's Landing, James Walker Nursing School Quarters, Tinga Nursery, the former William Hooper School, and Wilmington National Cemetery.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

There are several places in the city where you can enjoy the great outdoors or just admire nature. Check out the New Hanover County Cooperative Extension Arboretum, which has seven acres of space that features several gardens, including a water garden that displays lilies and Koi. You should also see the Japanese garden with its tea house as well as the rose garden.

Moreover, go to Sea Turtle Camp, where you can learn more about sea life. You might also enjoy the activities at Cape Fear River. Meanwhile, Masonboro Island Reserve welcomes those who want to beat the heat by taking a swim at the beach.

You can also go to Hugh McRae Park, where you have four Little League baseball fields, a dog park, equestrian ring, an event lawn, gardens, picnic shelters, playgrounds, the StoryWalk, tennis courts, a walking trail, and a volleyball court.

Other parks and outdoor attractions you can visit include the Airlie Gardens, Arrowhead Park, Greenfield Park, Haleyburton Park, Blair Ball Fields, and Trails End Park, among others.

Zoos & Aquariums

The Tregembo Animal Park is a family-owned zoo that takes care of more than 75 animal species coming from various parts of the world.

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