the Wrightsville Beach Museum of History
The Wrightsville Beach Museum of History, housed
in the turn of the century Myers Cottage, exists
to preserve and to share the history of
Visitors to the cottage will find a scale model
of Wrightsville Beach circa 1910, exhibits
featuring the early days of the beach including
Lumina Pavilion, our hurricane history and
information about the interaction between the
people and our natural environment which have
shaped the 100 year history of Wrightsville
Beach. The Museum is designed to reflect
how life was lived in a typical home on the
Beach and throughout the community.
always happy to welcome you to the Museum and to hear of your
interest in the history of Wrightsville Beach. Please
visit us when at the Beach to see what we have added to our
have guests and friends at the Beach, bring them by the Museum
to help them understand why this town, this beach, this part of
North Carolina, are such special parts of our lives -- and our
memories. We are currently open Tuesday through Sunday,
and admission to the Wrightsville Beach Museum of History is
FREE, but donations are always welcomed. We look forward to your visit!
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Ewing-Bordeaux home, located at 405 N. Lumina Ave., is one of
few historically designated Wrightsville Beach homes.
to read the entire article in the Lumina News:
Staff photo by Joshua Curry
Article by Marimar McNaughton
Wednesday, March 12, 2014