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Wilmington harbor and shipyard during Civil War

Wilmington Civil War Blockade: model ships, weapons, and the Battle of Fort Fisher

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.31.2011

The Cape Fear Museum downtown Wilmington has an extensive collection dedicated to the Civil War Blockade and the Battle of Fort Fisher. Admission is $7 adults, $6 seniors, military and students, and $3 children 3-17. Historic data, descriptions and quotes are from the museum exhibits.
In April 1862, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a naval blockade of [...]

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Indians firing wood to build a dugout canoe

Wilmington before the American Revolution - artifacts, engravings, trade and weapons

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.05.2011

The Cape Fear Museum downtown Wilmington is a great place to take the kids. It has an impressive collection depicting life in Wilmington from prehistoric to Civil War and modern times. Admission is $7 adults, $6 seniors, military and students, $3 children 3-17 (free for kids 2 and under). The museum is open 9AM to [...]

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One of largest prehistoric land mammals Ice Age North Carolina

An Ice Age sloth, giant shark teeth, Venus fly-trap, fatal hurricanes…Cape Fear Museum has it all!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 02.09.2011

The Cape Fear Museum is one of the most popular family attractions in Wilmington. Here you can learn about the history (the Civil War collection is quite impressive), wildlife and unique culture of coastal North Carolina. Admission is $7 adults, $6 seniors, military and students, and $3 children 3-17.
Here is what kids can do inside [...]

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The jaws of the largest croc in US

Utan the monster croc that rules at Alligator Adventure

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 09.20.2010

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This year I revisited my favorite beast, Utan the King of Crocs and most famous VIP of the Alligator Adventure zoo in North Myrtle Beach.

The one ton, 20 foot long crocodile continues to captivate visitors without moving a finger! He lets his monster teeth do the talking.

I’m always fascinated by his alien scruff tough looking [...]

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Archive photo of Edward Teach Thatch capturing La Concorde

Blackbeard pictures, legends and the Queen Anne’s Revenge ship

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.27.2010

Was Blackbeard born in Jamaica, London, Bristol or Philadelphia? Was his name Drummond, Teach, Thatch or Tach? Although these are still unsolved mysteries, we do have some interesting descriptions about his “polished” appearance. Blackbeard may have been the first self-made worldwide brand!
Here is an excerpt from the “A General History of the Robberies and Murders [...]

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Viking, Asian, European and Native American model boats

Admire incredible handmade wooden ship models at NC Maritime Museum in Southport

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 02.11.2010

Wooden boat models lovers unite at the NC Maritime Museum in charming Southport! Here you can admire over 40 artisan crafted, model ship replicas spanning the entire world history.
There are Native American canoes, stealth Viking longships, large Chinese junks, magnificent European war ships and galleons, as well as famous U.S. ships, steamboats and ironclads.
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Stede Bonnet pirate flag replica

Cape Fear pirates invade the NC Maritime Museum! Southport free family attractions

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 02.01.2010

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“My life, my lover, my lady, is the sea”
The NC Maritime Museum at Southport provides a kid-friendly exhibit featuring the life, legends and artifacts of famous 18th century pirates that once roamed the North Carolina Coast. Admission is Free.

Gangsters of the Sea or Smart Career Choice?
Life on a naval ship was notoriously bad in [...]

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Hello Girls! Live underwater show

NC Aquarium exotic creatures, a family fun Carolina Beach getaway

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 01.21.2010

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What better way to spend the afternoon (and only $8 total) than swimming with sharks, sun-bathing with alligators, twirling with seahorses and chasing dart frogs in the lush tropics? The NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher delivers!

Although is not as big as Ripley’s in Myrtle Beach, it still one of the most fun and affordable aquariums [...]

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Outdoor fun with kids

Let’s play! Wilmington Children Museum has fun stuff for everyone

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 12.16.2009

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The Wilmington children museum it’s a great place to spend the afternoon with the kids. It’s not as big as Edventure nor as cool as the one in Greenville, yet has lots of rooms to explore filled with fun and creative activities.
Admission is $8 (free for children under 1). The museum is located on Orange [...]

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1910 Baldwin 4-6-0 Locomotive

Choo! Choo! What kids love to do at the Wilmington Railroad Musem

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 12.07.2009

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Visiting Wilmington and don’t know where to go for fun? Kids driving your crazy at the beach? Too much time with your extended family over the holidays? Go to the Railroad Museum downtown!
I did just that with my 5 years old over Thanksgiving. We loved it! The admission is only $7 adults, $6 seniors and [...]

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