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Southport Oak Island area attractions, fishing and sailing charters, golf courses, Southport guided tours, movie tours, parks and recreation areas, kayaking, paddleboard SUP, Jet ski rentals, air tours, NC Maritime Museum at Southport, Southport Walking Tour, Oak Island Lighthouse, Bald Head Island Lightouse, NC Aquarium, Brunswick Town, Battleship NC, Green Swamp
This quiet, picturesque site on the banks of the Cape Fear River has an amazing past. In 1726 Maurice Moore, the son of a former South Carolina governor, founded this port town. North Carolina was a colony of England, and the town was named Brunswick
Step back in time and let history come alive through the crews’ stories. Discover and build your personal connection by steering the ship, starting her engines or even firing the guns. The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA It's Your Experience.
Brunswick Air is a flight school in the gorgeous Cape Fear River coastal area of Oak Island, North Carolina. Located at Cape Fear Reg'l Jetport they offer both flying adventures for the entire family with their "fun flights" or try an intro lesson.
"The Little Airport with the Big Heart" KSUT. We at Cape Fear Regional Jetport are proud to be a General Aviation Spirit airport with a reputation for great service! 5505 foot runway. GPS approaches. 100LL & Jet-A fuel 24 hours. Courtesy Car.
The Art Gallery is the home of the Associated Artists of Southport, a non-profit organization dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the community. The building itself is worth the trip, built as a school in 1904 but served as City Hall & library.
Explore all that Bald Head Island has to offer with the Bald Head Island Conservancy. Island Nature Tours • Kayaking • Kid’s Fishing • Family Activities • Live Animals & More! Visit bhic.org for information on Day Trip Packages for off-island guests.
The Odell Williamson Auditorium is a state-of-the-art 1,500-seat performing arts facility. Built at a cost of more than three million dollars by the citizens of Brunswick County, it exists for the multipurpose educational and cultural enrichment.
Until the last few months of the Civil War, Fort Fisher kept North Carolina's port of Wilmington open to blockade-runners supplying necessary goods to Confederate armies inland. NC Cultural events held on regular basis.