Fort Fisher State Historic Site

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Fort Fisher State Historic Site



  • 1610 Fort Fisher Blvd. South

    Kure Beach,   NC   28449


Fort Fisher State Historic Site, the “Last Major Stronghold of the Confederacy,” is N.C.'s most visited historic site and the scene of the two largest naval bombardments and the most ambitious amphibious assault of the Civil War. Today, the Fort Fisher visitor center boasts an exhibit hall with a 16-ft fiber optic map detailing the second battle, an orientation film, and a gift shop. Groups are welcome to inquire about tours that can be specifically tailored to them, such as the "Battlewalk Tour", "Cannoneers, Attention!” and the BSA youth walking tour, just to name a few. For more group information, please visit

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1610 Fort Fisher Blvd. South
Kure Beach NC 28449


Latitude: 33° 58' 18.1194" / Longitude: -77° 55' 4.8"

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Hwy 421 South through Kure Beach on right hand side.

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