A home of three generations of Latimers until 1963 when it was furnished into a historical museum, this beautiful Italianate ... More
A home of three generations of Latimers until 1963 when it was furnished into a historical museum, this beautiful Italianate style house houses The Lower Cape Fear Historical Society and features 14 rooms containing over 600 historical objects including furniture, jewelry, and tools. Beautiful gardens, enclosed in original stucco and lace brick walls, surround the house and are filled with flora authentic to the period.
We were visiting Wilmington and stumbled upon the Latimer House. The house is furnished with period antiques and wonderfully restored. Our tour guide was delightful and made us feel as if we truly were guests. The modest admission price is worth it. If you are tight on time, I would visit this house instead of the Bellamy Mansion.
One of the most charming bed and breakfasts in Wilmington, this Queen Anne bed and breakfast features a spacious Southern
porch, original paneled entryway, and elegantly appointed common rooms. There are seven delightful guest rooms available, all with private ...
Once the home of Henry J. MacMillan, a prominent Wilmington artist, this magnificent Queen Anne Shingle bed and breakfast is
surrounded by beautiful blooming flowers offers three beautifully appointed guest rooms and one luxurious suite, all with private baths. ...
Beautifully restored building that was built in 1858 and houses three performance venues including the Grand Ballroom, the Main Stage,
and the Studio Theatre. Over 250 performance events including local and traveling musical and theatrical productions are held here ...