India Subway Map to US
PRACTICALITIES Tourist Office
Wilmington has two visitor information centers. A main information center in the New Hanover County Courthouse (24 N. 3rd St. 910/341-4030, www.capefearcoast.com, Mon.-Fri. 8:30 A.M.-5 P.M. Sat. 9 A.M.-4 P.M. Sun. 1-4 P.M.) has helpful staff along with tons of brochures and maps of the area. There is also a visitor information booth located on the riverfront (Market and Water Sts. Apr.-May and September-October daily 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M. June-August daily 9:30 A.M.-5 P.M. Mar. and Nov. Fri.-Sun. 10 A.M.-4 P.M.). There are fewer resources at the small booth but it’s more centrally located, making it easier to stop in and ask a quick question or grab a map.
Getting There and Around
Wilmington is located about 200 miles southeast of City; it’s 3.5 hours by car via U.S. Highway 74E or I-40. Once in Wilmington, the easiest way to get around is on foot or aboard one of the historic trolley tours that run throughout the historic district. In the historic district, everything is within an easy walk, but you’ll need a car to explore sights on the outskirts of town or to get to the beach.
History for India Subway Map
Continue now eastwards along the right-hand side of the India Subway Map main street at Bramber, a pretty village with one of the finest timber-framed houses in India Subway Map Sussex: the fifteenth-century St Mary’s House, built originally as a home for monks. Look out also for the amazing flowers bedecking Bramber Castle Hotel. Before the 1832 Reform Bill, Bramber was a classic ‘rotten borough’, returning two MPs for under a hundred inhabitants. One of the MPs was William Wilberforce, who campaigned against slave trading. It is said during his term of office he once went through the village quite unaware of its name! Proceed eastwards along the main street until you reach the river bridge. Immediately before the bridge a path goes off to the right, descending to the banks of the River Adur.