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Historic Sites Brunswick CountyOur real estate agents invite you to explore the storied shores of Brunswick County. North Carolina's barrier islands are charming, particularly the Brunswick Islands, which have a history dating back to more than 250 years ago. The towns Southport and Sunset Beach are excellent destinations to relax, unwind, and learn about the past with a stop at these historic sites.

  1. Fort Johnston Southport Museum and Visitor Center — 203 E. Bay St., Southport, NC 28461
    Southport is home to the oldest active-duty fort in the country, Fort Johnston. Now a museum and visitor center highlighting the town's history, Fort Johnston is the perfect place to begin a historical walking tour of Southport. Stroll the museum and discover over 250 years of history. When you're finished, be sure to take in the amazing views from the mouth of Cape Fear River before venturing to other local landmarks.

  2. Ingram Planetarium — 7625 High Market St., Sunset Beach, NC 28468
    The Ingram Planetarium is simply out of this world. There are tons of fun interactive exhibits in the Paul Dennis Science Hall. Kids and adults alike will be wowed by the projections in the SciDome Sky Theater, while collectors will love scooping up a few space-themed souvenirs in the Galaxy Gift Shop. Be sure to stop by after looking at Sunset Beach homes for sale

  3. Old Brunswick County Jail Museum — 318 E. Nash St., Southport, NC 28461
    Your trip to Southport is the only time when you'll want to go to jail. The Old Brunswick County Jail Museum has free tours that guide visitors through the cells and upper floor of the jail. Though it's the "Old" Brunswick County Jail, it's actually the new jail built in 1904 to replace the previous one after it burned down. It's been out of commission since the 1970s, but you can still see the graffiti on the walls drawn by former prisoners.

  4. North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport — 204 E. Moore St., Southport, NC 28461
    Avid sailors, boaters, and even land-lubbers will enjoy visiting the North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport. Climb aboard and learn all about the history of sailing in the Lower Cape Fear region. There are interactive exhibits that depict the area's maritime history through today.

  5. Saint Philip's Episcopal Church — 205 E. Moore St., Southport, NC 24861
    Saint Philip's Episcopal Church has endured many challenges over the years, but it continues to endure. It was built in 1843 in honor of the original church barring its name, St. Philip's of Brunswick Town. The original St. Philips burned down after only eight years, but its replacement has since stood the test of time.

Would you like to be written into the next chapter of Brunswick County history? We're here to help. Contact us today to tour our Southport homes for sale.