Bellamy Mansion Museum Announces Closure Due to COVID-19

The Bellamy Mansion Museum will close to the public starting Tuesday, March 17 through Sunday, March 29. After March 29, the museum will assess the situation and put out new information. “For the safety of our staff, volunteers, guests and the wider community, we need to close. While this will impact the museum financially, it’s the right thing to do.” said Executive Director Gareth Evans.

The following museum events have been postponed due to the closure.

LECTURE: What Happened to the Lost Colony? – March 19
EVENT: Bellamy Neighborhood Yard Sale – March 28
ART EXHIBIT: Outer Limits – March 25 to May, reception March 27
LECTURE: Wilmington’s Lie – April 14
EVENT: Family Fun Day – April 19

New dates are to be determined. Please check the Bellamy Museum website www.bellamymansion.org or the museum’s Facebook for updates.

The Bellamy Museum, located at 503 Market Street in Wilmington, is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to interpreting the social and architectural history of the site and promoting a greater understanding of historic preservation, architectural history and restoration methods in North Carolina.

For more information contact Carolyn Gonzalez at 910-251-3700 x306 or cgonzalez@bellamymansion.org.

 

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