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Wilmington, NC Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 40
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,648
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 295
Committable Meeting Rooms* 28
Convention Center Space 107,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 30,173 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 12,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $92
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $56
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $487
*Maximum for a single hotel

Wilmington, NC Things to Do and Attractions

Beau Rivage Golf & Resort

One of the most expertly designed courses in all the Southeast, Beau Rivage Golf & Resort features 18 challenging holes with wooded boundaries, river hazards and steep elevation changes designed to test golfers at the highest levels. The resort also

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Bellamy Mansion

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For a trip back in time, visitors should be sure to stop by the Bellamy Mansion to view a perfectly preserved example of antebellum architecture. The mansion and surrounding gardens conjure up images of a genteel South, but also illustrate the

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Cape Fear Museum of History and Science

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North Carolina's oldest museum was originally founded to house relics from the Confederacy; today, it comprises artifacts and exhibits illustrating the traditions of the various cultures that inhabited the region. Through a series of permanent and

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Echo Farms Golf & Country Club

The Scottish style course at Echo Farms Golf & Country Club presents golfers of all skill levels with a challenging and fun diversion. The semi-private club features impeccable facilities, and the courses location on the banks of the Cape Fear River

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Ghost Walk of Old Wilmington

Wilmington's long and infamous past sets the stage for the Ghost Walk. Visitors can join a guided walk through the centuries old streets and alleyways of Wilmington in pursuit of ghost stories and spirits. Considered to be one of the most actively

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Henrietta III

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To explore the Cape Fear River, nothing can match the serenity of a steam powered river boat. Owing to the area's nautical history, the Henrietta III is the latest in a long line of riverboats to travel the Cape Fear River. Aboard the paddle-wheel

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North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher

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The marshy climate of the Cape Fear area is home to thousands of aquatic species in unique ecosystems, from fresh water streams and swamps to open ocean and coastline habitats. Many of the rare residents of the area are on display at the North

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USS North Carolina

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Permanently anchored in the Cape Fear River, the USS North Carolina serves as a museum and memorial to honor sailors from World War II. After being retired from service, the North Carolina was slated to be scrapped when the citizens of the state

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Wilmington Railroad Museum

In celebration of Wilmington's history, and former principal industry the Wilmington Railroad Museum celebrates and educates visitors on all facets of railroading, including notable developments and important figures. Visitors to the museum can

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Cameo 1900

The newest entrant into the Wilmington dining and nightlife scene is Cameo 1900. Featuring a tapas style menu, Cameo 1900 aims for unique small plates and fun cocktails. Diners should not miss the restaurant's noted brown sugar and Bourbon glazed

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Pilot House

For fresh seafood combined with Southern style, visitors and residents of Cape Fear travel to the Pilot House. With its location on the wharf in historic Wilmington Downtown, the Pilot House has rapidly developed a reputation as the area's foremost

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The George on the Riverwalk

For a unique experience and a culinary delight, visitors to Wilmington should be sure to stop by The George on the Riverwalk, the city's only "dock and dine" restaurant. The George features a menu with a Southern coastal theme and locally caught

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