When you see a few photos of downtown Wilmington, no doubt that the Bellamy Mansion is in one of them. This is a Great event space. We went to the Wine & Food Festival held here each May and it's always a treat.
If you are visiting Wilmington, NC. take the time to see the Bellamy Mansion. The mansion was finished just prior to the Civil War and actually served as the Union commanders headquarters after Wilmington fell in February of 1865. The Mansion is a grand example of antebellum architecture and includes the recently restored slave quarters. Although not furnished, the Mansion... 更多
This tour was not even close to good compared to several tours I've been on. The young lady guiding the tour was somewhat knowledgeable. It was clear she has given the tour multiple times, but she couldn't answer a basic question, which was... what is the square footage of the mansion? She said she had no idea. After the tour... 更多
Guided tour with Jack. Very informative and took time to answer all questions. Seeing all living quarters was very interesting and Jacks knowledge of the mansion was great. You will climb stairs and go down lots of stairs. I highly recommend tour.
My friend and I took the fascinating tour of this historic home on a hot summer afternoon. Our tour guide, Hollis, a history and religion major at the local university, did a great job describing the history of the family who built and lived in the home. Incredible Civil War era stories, amazing restoration. Lots of opportunities for questions and... 更多
The tour guide was very nice and knew a lot about the mansion and the history of the city. He was answering all the questions and was fun to listen to. The mansion itself is in great condition, not much furniture on the upper levels. Such a beautiful peace of art and architecture. A must see.
We bought "Triple Play" tickets and tour three historic homes in Wilmington. Great value. Tour guide was excellent and really knew his subject. There is a video prior to start of tour that is very informative. A must see if like history.
This was a beautiful mansion and toured beautifully. You learn a lot about the family that built this home and when the resided there and when they were forced for a period of time during the unrest between the North and the South. I wish we had toured more mansions in the area.