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Battleship North Carolina
106 locals recommend ·
About this place
Step back in time and let history come alive through the crews’ stories. Discover and build your personal connection.
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The USS North Carolina is a neat museum to visit because it allows people to explore a real military ship that has been decommissioned. It's also a good option because it works for families with kids age 4 and up, but it's also fun for couples or solo travelers. In addition, the ticket is relatively…
Part of the wilmington riverfront since the 1960’s, the battleship offers daily tours and great views of downtown.
This is a fun activity for families with kids that can RUN on their own. Not toddler or stroller friendly! Nor is it a good place to tour with bad knees. The tour involves a lot of tight spaces and stairways, but it IS very interesting. Local lore says it's haunted, but I've been twice and never…
Great preservation efforts led to this WW2 battleship being “saved” from the scrap metal yards, & most recently great local architect Chip Hemmingway designed the new perimeter wooden walkway around it!
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