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621 SR 24-27 Bypass, Albemarle, NC, US, 28001

  • Phone: (704) 983-2770
  • Fax: (704) 982-3009
3.7 out of 5 (42 reviews)
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Arts & Museums

»North Carolina Pottery Center

See exhibits of North Carolina pottery and related activities from prehistoric Native American times to the present at this pottery center that promotes awareness of the techniques, technology, and history of pottery making in North Carolina.

250 East Avenue
Greensboro, North Carolina 27341

»North Carolina Aviation Museum

Dedicated to the conservation of military aircraft, this museum contains an impressive collection of vintage military aircraft, as well as World War II military uniforms and a unique collection of World War II newspaper features.

2222-G Pilots View Road
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203

»Hendrick Motorsports Complex

This facility near the Charlotte Speedway hosts a number of shops and a museum for motorsports enthusiasts. This complex is especially compelling for fans of the Hendrick racing team, as the team drivers tend to stop by from time to time. Visit the website for more details on this state-of-the-art facility.

4400 Papa Joe Hendrick Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28262

»American Classic Motorcycle Museum

One of the finest collections of antique and classic Harley Davidson motorcycles in the South is located at this museum with bikes representing over six decades of American motorcycle history on display with a focus on bikes from 1936 to the present in both restored and original conditions.

1770 US Highway 64 West
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203

»Davidson County Historical Museum

The Old Davidson County Courthouse was a courthouse which was later converted to a museum exhibiting the local history and civic life during the 18th Century. Built in 1858, this Greek Revival structure is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

2 South Main Street
Lexington, NC 27292

»The Charlotte Museum of History

Housing the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, the Charlotte Museum of History plays a pivotal role in showcasing the region's history. Come and learn more about the area's fascinating past with exhibits like "Stitched from the Soul," "Community of Faiths," "Watch Charlotte Grow" and many, many more. Also open to the public is the 18th-century restored house of the revolutionary Hezekiah Alexander, a perfect example of living conditions during that era. Go back in time and discover all the past has to offer; check the website for the latest exhibits.

3500 Shamrock Drive
Charlotte, NC 28215

»Blue Pony Studio and Press

The Blue Pony is a haven for printmaking. Etchings, woodcuts, linoleum cuts, and other prints are always on display, be they part of the permanent collection, or a seasonal exhbition. Printmaking classes are held regularly, for beginners as well as old hands. The Pony avoids the snooty atmosphere often associated with the art world; patrons are encouraged to get their hands dirty (literally) and take part in the joys of the printmaking process. Open late for the NoDa Gallery Crawl. from Tuesday to Saturday from 11am.

3590 N. Davidson Street
Charlotte, NC 28205

»Green Rice Designs & Gallery

Green Rice Gallery makes it possible for art lovers to meet artists in their lair. Consequently, it is a must-see stop along NoDa's twice-monthly Gallery Crawl. Covering 5,000 square feet, the gallery has a rather unkempt look inside—white-washed walls, exposed pipes, cemented floor, and badly arranged artwork on the walls. Nonetheless, it is the place to find fresh art from charcoal to oils. See website for calendar of events.

451 East 36th Street
Charlotte, NC 28205

»Historic Rosedale

Known as “Frew's Folly” for the extravagance of the owner who built it, this plantation house is a beautiful example of the rich gentleman's life of the early 19th Century. Occupied by several rich families and their slaves in succession, the house has many a tale to reveal. Tours of the area promote this heritage and educate folks about the lifestyles of their probable ancestors. Stroll through the beautiful gardens amid the trees, barns and outbuildings, and look at the old wash-house that was once full of suds and chatting women. A myriad of events like tea-parties, fund-raisers and candle-light tours take place here as well.

3427 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28206

»Hart Witzen Gallery

Hart Witzen's outer ring houses 17 private artists' studios. In the center is a grand multi-purpose room that serves as a gallery, a movie theater, a performance venue, a live music stage, and even a classroom. Accordingly, the place is important to the local arts community in many ways. Artists have a creative, inspiring environment to call home, and patrons have a venue that hosts every event they could possibly want to see (a production by the Moving Poets Theater of Dance, for instance). This is a highly popular stop alongNoDa Gallery Crawl. See website for calendar of events.

136 E. 36th Street
Charlotte, NC 28206

»The ArtHouse Museum

The Arthouse is the place to appreciate art in all forms—photography, sculpture, heritage art, music, textile art, et al. Exhibitions and other events are held from time to time and attract the arty crowd from Charlotte and beyond. To sample a heady dose of creative expression, walk right up Cullman Avenue. Come by any day of the week, or during the famous NoDa Gallery Crawl.

3103 Cullman Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28206

»Twenty-Two

Twenty-Two serves two trendy purposes in one building. This spot is a wine bar/art gallery, allowing droves of wine and contemporary art connoisseurs to gather in one place. This chic establishment has earned its reputation as one of Charlotte's coolest hangouts. Exhibits showcase the art of local artists.

1500 Central Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28205
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