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Medicare Supplement Plans in Wilmington and New Hanover County, NC

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While you are in town, there is a lot to see and do.  History abounds in the many historic homes in downtown Wilmington and other cities in the region. The area has a connection to many large American conflicts, from the Revolutionary War to World War II.
For the Civil War, check out the Fort Fisher State Historic Site (largest U.S. amphibious landing before D-Day), Fort Anderson near Orton Plantation or the trenches of the Battle of the Fork, near the Cameron Art Museum on 17th Street.
For the American Revolution, drive 30 minutes north to Currie (watch for the brown turn-off signs along U.S. 421 or I-40) and visit the Moores Creek Bridge National Battlefield.
For World War II, there's the Battleship, of course, and the Community Arts Center at Orange and 2nd streets, which started out as one of the cities wartime USO centers. Halyburton Park is named for the New Hanover High grad who earned a posthumous Medal of Honor as a Navy corpsman in the Pacific. Ashley High School is named for Sgt. 1st Class Eugene Ashley, who earned a posthumous Medal of Honor in Vietnam as a Green Beret.

Wilmington is also called Hollywood East. Since "Firestarter" back in 1983 with Drew Barrymore, more than 300 feature films, TV movies and TV shows, including Matlock, Dawson's Creek and One Tree Hill, have been shot in the Wilmington and New Hanover county area.
For a guide to local film landmarks, check out "Wilm on Film," co-authored by StarNews staffers. EUE Screen Gems, the city's 32-acre studio complex, offers guided tours of its sound stages and back lots

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