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This restored mansion is stunning, The urban slave quarters are well preserved and give a unique perspective to life in the 1860's. The docents are friendly and very informative. There are guided tours as well as audio tours available.
We visited on a Thursday afternoon and it was busy but we had a wonderful tour guide telling behind the scenes stories along the way. Interesting perspective visit a southern antebellum home built around the civil war time frame. Worth a stop for the architecture,...More
We went with my son and he was 4 at the time and it's a lot of stairs to climb for a little guy. It was so inspiring to see this piece of history. They were on ladders working on painting while we were there...More
We loved our time visiting Bellamy Mansion. Our tour guide was amazing and we had a fun group to tour with. I thought I knew a lot about the South and slavery but still learned so much. I don't know if I would take a...More
My family, including my 4 yr old grandson enjoyed a wonderful experience touring the immense historic mansion during the christmas season. It was beautifully decorated with several christmas trees some with trains chugging around them. Very friendly environment and staff.
I enjoy hearing the historical stories of Wilmington, and Bellamy Mansion is part of that. There is even a fountain from the original property in the middle of Market Street! One can volunteer to become a docent, and I have a friend who did that......More
This is a huge historic house with three floors. Every room in the house is open for viewing (unusual). All of the restorations have been done with materials of the same period. There is not a lot of furniture inside, but what is there is...More