Wilmington, North Carolina
Agents Near You
DeHaven's Transfer & Storage of Wilmington, Inc
1536 Castle Hayne Rd.,
Fidelity Moving & Storage Co., Inc.
96 Western Blvd.,
Anderson Transfer & Storage of Conway, Inc.
141 East Coxes Ferry Rd.,
Wilmington, North Carolina Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Wilmington Moving Companies
Wilmington is a port city in New Hanover County situated off the gorgeous coast of southeastern North Carolina. Settled by European Americans along the Cape Fear River, Wilmington has a historic downtown, a thriving business scene and nearby beaches. Residents live between the river and ocean with three nearby beach communities: Kure Beach, Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach.
Wilmington is also home to the University of North Carolina Wilmington, which adds to the city’s cultural events, and EUE Screen Gems Studios, one of the largest domestic television and movie production facilities outside of California. Since the studio’s opening in 1984, Wilmington has become a major center of American film production.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, the city had a population of about 110,000, making it the eighth most-populous city in the state. Throughout the year, residents enjoy a fairly warm climate. Temperatures average in the 70s during the summer and 50s in the winter.
Attractions and activities in Wilmington
From beaches to the museums, Wilmington features a wealth of attractions. Check out the 1-mile Riverwalk in the city’s downtown for stunning views of the Cape Fear River. One of the most popular hotspots is Battleship North Carolina, the most decorated U.S. battleship of WWII. Another must-visit is Thalian Hall, which is a world-class opera house that features touring artists, cinematique arthouse films and other performances.
History buffs head to Cape Fear Museum to learn about the region. This is the oldest history museum in the state and houses space exhibits, nanotechnology and WWII exhibits. Continue with the heritage exploration in the Historic District, one of the largest districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Here visitors and residents can enjoy unique architecture.
There are dozens of other hotspots, including Airlie Gardens, New Hanover County Arboretum, Burgon-Wright Museum House, Wilmington Railroad Museum and many more.
Moving to Wilmington
Mixing business with pleasure is Wilmington’s forte. To get the best of both worlds, move here with the help of North American Van Lines. northAmerican features different moving services to fit each customer’s needs, from full-service packing to self-pack materials to box and furniture inventory. This Wilmington moving company even provides vehicle transportation, so you don’t need to worry about making a second trip for you car or truck.
If you’re looking for flights, Wilmington International Airport is conveniently located 5 miles outside of town. For drivers, the city is accessible via U.S. Highways 74 and 421.