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Museums in Charlotte, NC
1.The Mint Museum
2730 Randolph Rd
See and learn more about the "New" Mint Museum of Art and 75 other sites on Charlotte's Longest-Running Daily City Tour presented by Queen City Tours and Travel!
2.Levine Museum of the New South
200 E 7th St
See and learn more about the Levine Museum of the New South and 75 other sites on Charlotte's Longest-Running Daily City Tour presented by Queen City Tours and Travel!
3.Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S Tryon St
The new Bechtler Museum is a great place for modern European art from the 20th Century. See and learn more about the Bechtler Museum and the "new" Cultural Campus in Uptown as well as over 75 sites on Charlotte's Longest-Running Daily City Tour presented by Queen City Tours and Travel!
4.Charlotte Nature Museum
1658 Sterling Road
I love this place! It is an excellent choice for children of all ages and adults. They have an assortment of animals found in the wild including several types of owls, skunk, turtles, snakes, crow, flying squirrels, opposum, and more. They also have a butterfly room where you can enjoy the butterflies flying around inside a temperature controlled dome. Everyone should visit the Nature Museum at least one time!
5.Charlotte Museum of History
3500 Shamrock Drive
The Charlotte Museum of History is an excellent resource for area history. Learn more about the Charlotte Museum of History and over 75 other sites on Charlotte's Longest-Running Daily City Tour presented by Queen City Tours and Travel!
6.Carolinas Aviation Museum
4672 First Flight Dr
Charlotte Douglas Airport grew rapidly over the years but in 1991, the original hangar was scheduled to be torn down to make room for expansion. Floyd and Lois Wilson heard about the removal of the hangar and decided to step in to save the historical landmark. They organized a small group of aviation enthusiasts and formed the Carolinas Historical Aviation Commission (CHAC). The organization acquired its first aircraft from the U.S. Army in 1992 - a North American T-28 Trojan. The T-28 was a trainer designed in 1949 to replace the T-6 Texan used during WWII. It was in production from about 1950 to 1957. Two years after the CHAC was formed, the old hangar officially became the new home of the Carolinas Aviation Museum.
7.The Light Factory
345 N College St
8.Charlotte Trolley Inc
1507 Camden Rd
9.Mint Museum Uptown
500 S Tryon St
Went specifically for the Warhol & Halston display, they did a great job presenting using a variety of media. After living in Washington DC for over 30 years, I'd say we are pretty spoiled with an endless supply of Museums there. The Mint is small by comparison, but I do look forward to going back - maybe for once I will be able to take it all in instead of running though trying to make sure I didn't miss anything. Oh, and it's free for Military / Veterans - can't beat that.
10.NASCAR Hall of Fame
400 E Martin Luther King Blvd
I'm not a Nascar fan, but I still found this place entertaining. It's really nicely put together with a lot of different things in the Nascar world to see. I gave a 4 start rating because it's a bit pricey in my opinion.
11.Hendrick Motor Sports
4400 Papa Joe Hendrick Blvd
301 N Tryon St
It's a really great places with plenty of fun stuff to do. IF YOU ARE A CHILD. If you don't have children it's not for you. BUT the staff was wonderful and very helpful (as opposed to what is stated in the previous comment!)
13.Billy Graham Library
4330 Westmont Dr
Journey through history with one of the most influential voices of the 20th century. Learn more about Billy Graham and his message of God’s love. Through multimedia exhibits, films, and memorabilia, you'll relive the historic moments of his life. Tour the restored Graham family home, shop in Ruth’s Attic, and enjoy lunch in the Dairy Bar. The Billy Graham Library will leave you inspired by this amazing man and his message of hope.
14.Charlotte Nature Museum
301 N Tryon St
15.Charlotte Trolley Inc
2104 South Blvd
16.The Light Factory
1817 Central Ave
17.Presbyterian Imaging Ctr
2900 Randolph Rd
720 Tuckaseegee Rd
10404 Granite St
20.Second Ward Alumni House
1905 Beatties Ford Road
21.City County Government Parks/Nature Preserves
1658 Sterling Rd
22.Carolinas Aviation Museum Library
5318 Morris Field Dr
23.ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center
300 East 7th St
It's sort of a cross between the public library and Discovery Place. Every weekend there is something new to see from Native American dances to Jazz musicians. Check out their website for events. The best part? It's free and right on the light rail line.
24.Historic Rosedale Plantation
3427 N Tryon St
9313 Monroe Rd
The studio offers a variety of classes including landscape, figure drawing, portrait painting, and small "5 to 1" classes where students receive highly personalized instruction. Classes for teens include directed studies to prepare portfolios for college application, as well as more general classes explore a variety of media not always available in school art classes.
26.Mint Hill Historical Society
7601 Matthews Mint Hill Road
Mint Hill Historical Society mission is to bring together persons interested in the preservation of the history of the Town of Mint Hill. Twenty-one citizens signed the charter in 1985 with the purpose of preserving the history of the area. Visitors can see The Mint Hill Country Doctor's Museum and Carl J. McEwen Historic Village. Visitors can walk through the restored Country Doctor’s Office, the Ashcraft one room schoolhouse, the Ira V. Ferguson Country Store and the soon-to-be completed Gold Assay office where miners brought their ore to see if they had struck it rich.
27.Mint Hill Country Doctor's Museum
4311 Hillside Dr
28.Historic Latta Plantation
5225 Sample Rd
This plantation is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
29.President James K Polk State Historic Site
12031 Lancaster Hwy
This site is located on land once owned by the parents of James K. Polk, the 11th U.S. president. The state historic site commemorates significant events in the Polk administration: the Mexican-American War, settlement of the Oregon boundary dispute, and the annexation of California. Reconstructions of typical homestead buildings—a log house, separate kitchen, and barn—are authentically furnished. The visitor center features a film on Polk's life and exhibits on his family and tumultuous presidency.
30.Discovery Place Kids
105 Gilead Road
Discovery Place KIDS provides extraordinary and rich play experiences that value imagination, fun and learning. The Museum offers an adventure in play adventure for children age birth through 7 and their parents or caregivers. Join us for daily puppet shows and story time. We also offer the best birthday parties and summer camps for kids!
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