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What are some wheelchair-accessible activities in Wilmington?

David Morrison
StarNews

There are plenty of activities in the Port City for those with special needs. Besides catching a movie (Carmike 16 or Regal Mayfaire Cinema 16), one can attend a concert at Carolina Beach, enjoy an exhibit at the Cape Fear Museum, visit historic sites such as the Battleship North Carolina, or be a part of the Ghost Walk through downtown Wilmington. If none of these possibilities are quite what your looking for you may want to pick up a copy of ACCESS North Carolina. The books, available at all welcome centers for free, list many of the attractions throughout the state, and identify how accessible they are. Additionally, any Vocational Rehabilitation office in the state should be able to furnish you with a copy as well.

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One Response to “ What are some wheelchair-accessible activities in Wilmington?”

  1. On April 28, 2013 at 9:54 pm win quibids wrote:

    Terrific post. Thanks.



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