Boutique Hotels in Wilmington,

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Explore the beauty of the Carolinas from Boutique Hotels in Wilmington

When you're in downtown Wilmington, there's no shortage of things to do. While downtown is pedestrian-friendly, you can also hop on the trolley and get an insider look at downtown, including stops at street art murals, coffee shops, and breweries. A stroll through Wilmington’s historic district echoes back to its ties with the Civil War, where stately homes still hold their antebellum splendor.

Book a room at the best boutique hotels in Wilmington and start your day with a walk around the historic district. For a taste of the Antebellum South, look no further than the Bellamy Mansion. Built in 1852 on slave labor for prominent physician and entrepreneur James C. Bellamy, this 10,000-square-foot mansion features more than 50 rooms on six acres, including the original slave quarters and carriage house. It’s regarded as one of the best-preserved examples of Civil War era architecture.

If you’re traveling to Wilmington in the summer, be sure to have a beach day at nearby Wrightsville Beach. It’s the perfect place to unwind and is only an hour away from the top unique hotels in Wilmington are exhibits on the area's Native American history, as well as the Civil War and World War II. It also includes a beautiful replica of the Wright family's house, which was built by Orville and Wilbur Wright before they took flight at Kitty Hawk.

Get a Taste of Carolina Barbecue from the Top Wilmington Boutique Hotels

Barbecue lovers, rejoice! Wilmington is home to some of the best barbecue in North Carolina. If you're looking for mouthwatering, slow-cooked meat, then look no further than downtown. With many of these places within walking distance of the top Wilmington boutique hotels, spend lunch, dinner, or both savoring smoked ribs, pulled pork sandwiches, and, of course, burnt ends. Yum!

Step Back in Time from the Top Unique Hotels in Wilmington

See a piece of American history by visiting the USS North Carolina. Currently moored on the Cape Fear River across from the Historic Downtown District, this historic battleship was commissioned in April 1941 and was built at the New York Navy Yard. The ship served in World War II and is the most decorated battleship from the time. The battleship has been moored at the Cape Fear River since 1945, where it is currently open for tours and events. In 1986, it was designated as a National Historic Landmark because of its significance during World War II. The ship is still in use today as part of Battleship Park, where thousands flock each year to see this historic piece of American history up close. If you’re traveling with kids or are simply a history buff, don’t miss this stop.

Named after the famous river on which it sits, the Cape Fear Museum is one of the most popular museums in Wilmington and focuses on the city’s role in American history during the Civil War, when it was used as a supply depot for Union troops. It also showcases some fascinating relics from World War II. Discover all this and more when you book your stay in Wilmington.

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