Fodor's Expert Review Burgwin-Wright House and Gardens

Wilmington Garden/Arboretum

The colonial Georgian-style house General Cornwallis used as his headquarters in 1781 was built in 1771 on the foundations of a jail. After a fine, furnished restoration, this colonial gentleman's town house is now a museum that includes seven period gardens, including an orchard, a rose garden, and a kitchen garden, along with an 18th-century debtors prison.

Garden/Arboretum House/Mansion/Villa Museum/Gallery

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224 Market St.
Wilmington, North Carolina  28401, USA

910-762–0570

www.burgwinwrighthouse.com

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $12 house tour, gardens free, Closed Sun. and Mon., House tour $12, gardens free, Closed Sun.

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