Downtown Wilmington’s boardwalk sits on the beautiful Cape Fear River and is the home of many waterfront boutiques, restaurants, pubs, and street festival.
Located in the southeastern corner of North Carolina between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean, Wilmington has become a popular destination for many people. Wilmington boasts a moderate, four-season climate, historic preservation, and annual events such as Riverfest and the Azalea Festival. In addition, nearby Wrightsville Beach is a prime destination for sailors, surfers, sunbathers, beachcombers and seafood lovers!
Wilmington prides itself on culture, from Thalian Hall to the very impressive Screen Gems Studio. Since opening its doors in 1858, Thalian Hall hosts about 250 events annually with a wide variety of entertainment for all ages. Screen Gems Studio has brought in an abundance of television and films to Wilmington including Dawsons Creek, One Tree Hill, Weekend at Bernie’s, Domestic Disturbance and Nights in Rodanthe.