I have been trying to get down to this museum for a while. I fianlly got the chance this past fall and spent well over an hour and a half there. Every room is fascinating, a treasure trove of trivia and history. The 3D miniature recreation of the island in its early years is really wonderful, and it is very... 更多
The museum was so poorly done. I was looking forward to seeing the history of the island and all that was shown was a model of the island and pictures for sale.
We've been to this little museum on the Loop several times and it never fails to entertain, especially if you have a connection to Wrightsville Beach. The volunteers are wonderful, full of information and very friendly.
This is a well curated small museum. It is a former beach cottage set up the way they were when the beach first became popular. It has many photos and displays that show the history of the beach, the devastation from Hurricane Hazel and the Lumina and what life was like there decades ago. Takes about an hour to go... 更多
Definitely recommend stopping here. The original beach trolley car from 1920 was really exceptional. Staff was great too.
Max was our tour guide and he was wonderful, personable and oh so very knowledgeable about the area and the history. How nice it is that folks had the forethought to move this1909 cottage to the new location to serve as a welcome center of sorts to the historic Wrightsville Beach area. Much of the interior still furnished in the... 更多
This is a small historical area museum. It's a great stop over if you never been to Wrightsville Beach. What makes this museum unique is the miniature model off the beach area in times gone by. The detail is really amazing. You can almost feel that you are transported back to the days when the beach had a trolley as... 更多
Museum is located in a quaint little cottage. Staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. I enjoyed viewing the historic furnishings and displays. Museum is located on the Wrightsville "loop" so it is convenient to stop in during your walk around the island.
The museum offers a look at life on Wrightsville Beach in days gone by. With little cottages and tiny kitchens which is so different that the crowded island of today.
Great little museum that offers a view of the early days of Wrightsville Beach. Wish we still had these little cottages instead of the monster houses that dominate today.