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Ripley's Aquarium Myrtle Beach Admission
"Ripley’s Aquarium is South Carolina’s Most Visited Attraction. Enjoy an 87000-square foot attraction featuring thousands of marine animals. Come face-to-face with one of the largest collections of giant sharks on the East Coast as you ride along a 330-ft underwater moving glidepath. Ripley’s Aquarium also features hourly dive s"""Come and visit our Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach! Glide on the 330ft moving path beneath our dangerous Shark Tunnel! TOUCH sharks stingrays & even jellyfish! EXPERIENCE a world of eels colorful fish mermaids & poisonous predators!"
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Evening Carriage Tour of Downtown Charleston
"Choose either the 5:45pm tour or the 6pm tour. Then meet your guide and team of mules that will pull your carriage at the Big Red Barn located at 8 Guignard Street. Find a seat on the carriage and then begin your 35-minute tour of Downtown Charleston. Listen to your guide narrate the history of the Commercial District and learn about the buildings you pass. While going thro see the Old Exchange Building where George Washington visited. Admire several historic churches and their amazing architecture. Feel the cool evening breeze as you ride through the Waterfront Park on the Cooper River. Enjoy a relaxing and informative evening on this 35-m"""Enjoy the history and sights of Downtown Charleston on this 35-minute carriage ride. Learn about the buildings
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Evening Carriage Tour of Downtown Charleston
"Choose either the 5:45pm tour or the 6pm tour. Then meet your guide and team of mules that will pull your carriage at the Big Red Barn located at 8 Guignard Street. Find a seat on the carriage and then begin your 35-minute tour of Downtown Charleston. Listen to your guide narrate the history of the Commercial District and learn about the buildings you pass. While going thro see the Old Exchange Building where George Washington visited. Admire several historic churches and their amazing architecture. Feel the cool evening breeze as you ride through the Waterfront Park on the Cooper River. Enjoy a relaxing and informative evening on this 35-m"""Enjoy the history and sights of Downtown Charleston on this 35-minute carriage ride. Learn about the buildings
From $16.00

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The River District

Wilmington's Historic River District and Island Beaches boast a bounty of extraordinary experiences from the river to the sea. Surrounded by water, history, and natural beauty, see why Hollywood...
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Aug 10, 2013

bridges mansion

this beautiful greek revival mansion was built in 1906 by elizabeth bridges the widow of preston bridges. preston bridges' father was the founder of the wilmington railroad and a confederate...
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May 30, 2011

Cape Fear Memorial Bridge

The monstrous Cape Fear Memorial Bridge was constructed over the Cape Fear River near downtown Wilmington in 1969. This is the highest bridge in North Carolina, and it features a steel vertical lift...
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Apr 04, 2011

first baptist church

the first baptist church was established in 1808. the present first baptish church was built in 1870. this beautiful early english gothic revival building was designed by architect samual sloan. the...
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Nov 29, 2010

j.w. murchison house

the j.w. murchison house was built in 1878 in the second empire style. the house was built by james walker, a wilmington contractor. the j.w. murchison house is one of scores of beautiful post civil...
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Nov 29, 2010

st. james' cemetery

located on the grounds of st. james church is st. james cemetery. this historic cemetery is the final resting place of many of wilmington's influencial citizens. thomas godfrey, the author of "the...
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Nov 29, 2010
 
 
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john a. taylor house

this massive mansion was built in 1847. the john a. taylor house was designed by architect benjamin gardner. this house was once the wilmington armory and now is part of the wilmington first baptist...
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Nov 29, 2010

new hanover county courthouse

this beautiful brick building was built in 1892. the courthouse was designed by architect a. s. eichberg in the queen anne style. the new hanover county courthouse is one of a number architectually...
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Nov 29, 2010

st. james church

st. james church is one of several historic and architecturally significant churches in downtown wilmington. st. james church was founded in 1729. the original st. james church was built in 1751....
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Nov 23, 2010

confederate civil war memorial

this interesting confederate civil war memorial was funded by gabriel boney in 1927. this unique memorial is located on a median on south 3 rd street (US 17). this memorial is one of very few...
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Nov 21, 2010

trolley tours

the wilmington trolley tour is a good way to learn about the history and architecture of wilmington. the tours last 45 minutes and cover many of the historic attractions of downtown wilmington. the...
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Nov 21, 2010

river cruise

a fun thing to do is to take the henrietta III river boat cruise. the henrietta III is named after the henrietta steam boat that was launched in wilmington in 1818. the original henrietta carried...
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Nov 21, 2010

burgwin-wright house

this beautiful georgian townhouse was built by john burgwin in 1770. this home is considered the finest example of a colonial home in the cape fear region. burgwin was a wealthy merchant, planter, and...
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Nov 20, 2010

city market

the current city market complex is located in the historic old wilmington city market building. the city market is located in the heart of wilmington's downtown shopping, dining, and entertainment...
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Nov 20, 2010

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