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Bellamy Mansion Museum receives $7,500 grant

Preservation North Carolina and the Bellamy Mansion Museum recently received a $7,500 grant. 

Bellamy Mansion Museum provides online site tours

The Bellamy Mansion Museum has added distant learning resources and an online tour of the museum.

Bellamy Mansion Museum honors enslaved workers

The Bellamy Mansion Museum hosted an event called, "The Gathering."

Yard sale to raise money for Bellamy Mansion gardens damaged by Florence

One of the most anticipated yard sales of the spring season will take place next weekend in Wilmington's historic district.

Pints for Preservation: Enjoy a brew and keep history alive

The Bellamy Mansion Museum, Historic Wilmington Foundation and Wilmington Brewing Company will host Pints for Preservation next month.

Take ‘Christmas Stroll Through the Past’ Saturday in Wilmington

The Burgwin-Wright House and the Bellamy Mansion Museum  are taking visitors on a festive journey to earlier times with 'A Christmas Stroll Through the Past' on Saturday.  The Burgwin-Wright House provides a colonial era experience while the Bellamy Mansion presents an antebellum version of the holiday.

Bellamy Mansion Museum combines local chefs, fall foods for Harvest Dinner

The Bellamy Mansion Museum is bringing Cape Fear area celebrity chefs for a Harvest Dinner on November 1. Guests will enjoy an exclusive multi course meal prepared and presented by chef Dean Neff from Pinpoint Restaurant and chef Lydia Clopton from Love, Lydia.

Bellamy Mansion Museum hosts lecture on Wilmington 10

Wilmington's Bellamy Mansion Museum is hosting a lecture Thursday on the Wilmington Ten.  It will feature Historian Dr. Kenneth Janken of UNC-Chapel Hill who has written a book about the notorious time in Wilmington's history.

Historic Bellamy Mansion needs volunteers to assist with storm clean up

One of the iconic museum homes in Wilmington's Historic Downtown District sustained significant damage as a result of Hurricane Florence.

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