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The Burgwin-Wright House is the oldest and largest historic site open to the public today in Wilmington, making it the perfect place to learn all about the Colonial North Carolina history that is so important to the "Outlander" book and TV series. Whether it is through our podcast, house tours, waking tours or river cruises, there are so many ways to walk in the footsteps of Claire and Jamie Fraser in Wilmington.

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The best place to start is with our podcast, "Burgwin-Wright Presents... Outlander In The Cape Fear." Each episode of the podcast takes an event, character or theme from the "Outlander" series and talks about the fact behind the fiction. Listen for free on all podcast platforms including Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, TuneIn or in the player below.

"Outlander in the Cape Fear" River Cruise
The thousands of real Scottish Highlanders who arrived in the Cape Fear region during the Colonial period would have first become acquainted with the Cape Fear River -- the only river in North Carolina with direct access to the ocean. It means there's no better place to learn about the real history discussed on the "Outlander in the Cape Fear" podcast than on our "Outlander"-themed river cruises with Wilmington Water Tours. Check out the future cruise dates below and purchase tickets at here.
"Outlander in the Cape Fear" Walking Tour
Walk in the footsteps of Claire and Jamie Fraser with the "Outlander in the Cape Fear" walking tour through downtown Wilmington. Learn all about the history of the "Outlander" book and TV series while you walk through the historic downtown district where thousands of real Scottish Highlanders first laid eyes on the American Colonies.
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