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2201 N. Marine Blvd., Jacksonville, NC, US, 28546

  • Phone: (910) 219-1238
  • Fax: (910) 219-3057
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Entertainment Venues

»New Bern Civic Theatre

Started in 1968, the New Bern Civic Theatre is a cultural landmark in the city and much loved by theater buffs. The unique musicals and plays have helped shape the regional theater scene. It also provides opportunities for youth to display their theatrical skills.

414 Pollock Street
New Bern, NC 28560

»Broad Street Social Club

If you are looking for a space to host a party or a small private gathering, then the Broad Street Social Club is perfect for you. Located in downtown, the club is not widespread and has a capacity to host close to 100 guests at a time. However, this intimate venue has staged some of the city's best concerts performed by well-known local and touring artists/ bands in the past. Equipped with great light and sound technology, make sure you visit one of the performances held at Broad Street Social Club.

411 Broad Street
New Bern, NC 28560

»The Old Theater

Built by George Merritt Jr. between 1945 - 1946, it was originally called the Mart Theater and was a cinema hall till its closure in the late 1950s. It slowly deteriorated as it was not used for a long time. With the help of locals who wanted to save this historic landmark, it was restored and was renamed as The Old Theater in 1995. It is now the cultural hub of the town with dramas, musicals, children's plays and workshops being held regularly.

609 Broad Street
Oriental, NC 28571

»Trask Coliseum

The Trask Coliseum is the heart of the University of North Carolina Wilmington's sports program. This facility seats over 6000 spectators for basketball games and also serves as a classroom for many physical education classes.

Wagoner Drive
Wilmington, NC 28403

»The Brooklyn Arts Center

Brooklyn Arts Center offers an elegant setting for every special occasion. A historic landmark of Wilmington, the venue has hosted numerous music concerts, weddings, receptions, fundraisers, art shows and flea markets. The architectural highlights of this former church include high ceilings, 125-year old stained windows and a balcony overlooking a beautiful view. The social and cultural center joins forces with professionals from the event management industry to transform events into unforgettable memories.

516 North 4th Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

»Bellamy Mansion Museum

The history of Bellamy Mansion Museum can be traced back to the later half of the 1800s when it was built for the Bellamy family. Built in the Civil War period, this mansions speaks about the architecture and history of that era. Spread across 10,000 square foot (929.03 square meters), this magnificent architecture is surrounded by beautifully designed lush green gardens to tour at. Bellamy Mansion Museum also offers services for being a venue for your private and special events, and is a popular wedding and corporate event location. Visit their website for more information.

503 Market Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
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