Battleship NORTH CAROLINA Announces 2016 Program and Event Schedule

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Wilmington, NC -(AmmoLand.com)- The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is pleased to announce the programming and special event schedule for 2016.

Diverse programming onboard the NORTH CAROLINA allows people of all generations to experience what fascinates them most about one of the most decorated ships of World War II. You are invited to discover and build your personal connection by participating in programs such as Firepower and Power Plant that give more in depth exploration.

The young at heart will also enjoy the more family fun oriented events with the Easter Egg Hunt and Batty Battleship’s Halloween Bash.

A full listing of 2016 events can be found in the link below:

  • http://www.battleshipnc.com/Portals/0/2015%20Events%20Calendar.pdf

About the Battleship North Carolina:

The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is self-supporting, not tax supported and relies primarily upon admissions to tour the Ship, sales in the Ship's Store, donations and investments. No funds for its administration and operation come from appropriations from governmental entities at the local, state or federal levels. Located at the junction of Highways 17/74/76/421 on the Cape Fear River. The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is an historic site within the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (www.NCCulture.com).

Visit www.battleshipnc.com or follow us on Facebook.com/ncbb55 and Twitter.com/battleshipnc for more information. Relive with the crew on the Battleship Blog http://seastories.battleshipnc.com/.

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While stationed in NC, My family spent the day in Wilmington and did the tour of the Battleship North Carolina. If you are in the area and have time it is a must see piece of history. Thank God we had men who would join the Navy at this time during WWII.