Historic Downtown Wilmington’s Most Stunning Event Venue
Constructed in 1888, St. Andrews Church was the cultural, spiritual, and social center of Wilmington, North Carolina’s, bustling Brooklyn neighborhood for nearly a century. The adjacent, two-story school building, known now as The Annex, was completed in 1910 in memory of the founding charter members of the original Second Presbyterian Church (circa 1858). Today, both buildings have been elegantly restored and refurbished as the Brooklyn Arts Center and The Annex and, along with the charming church manse and the largest private courtyard in the city, comprise the campus that is Historic Downtown Wilmington’s most stunning event venue, the ideal location for any occasion–grand or intimate.
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