Mint Museum Uptown
Whether you come to Charlotte to see a game or catch a Broadway show, the city won’t disappoint.
Looking for a romantic date spot? Not really an art fan, but trying to impress your date with an actual museum visit? Charlotte can help.
If you’re an art lover with some free time or community service hours to fulfill for class, here’s a list of local museums that will welcome lovers of visual arts.
Floral themes, the accomplishments and perception of women and the man who designed one local museum are the subjects of exhibits in some of Charlotte’s museums this coming spring.
Charlotte’s cultural scene is enriched by museums that feature collections made by remarkable individuals. From British Wedgwood pottery to pieces of the Berlin Wall, there’s something for everyone in Charlotte’s museums.
Whether you have a passion for art, science, nature, politics, math or some other topic, Charlotte always has something available for you. Nerd or not, these events are always open to the Charlotte area for those that would like an intellectual night out. Take a look at the variety available among museums in the area, and you might just find what you’re looking for.
Fall is the season of new beginnings for area galleries, and because the Democratic National Convention came to town the first week of September, area museums have put their best foot forward. Enjoy exhibits for any flavor at museums throughout the area, but don’t miss out on these, the best of the best.
Art can be seen as a link to our past. Around Charlotte, the best include the Mint Museum Uptown, the Levine Museum of the New South and the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art.