March is Women’s History Month and Charlotte celebrates with a variety of events honoring and showcasing the achievements of women.
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.
The best museums in Charlotte offer interactive, educational opportunities. Check out the Nature Museum, the Museum of History and the Discovery Place.
The Museum of York County in Rock Hill, South Carolina, originally the Children’s Nature Museum of Rock Hill, opened in 1950 in response to community-driven efforts and support. Propelled by the Junior Welfare League to create a cultural opportunity for area children, the museum continues to thrive as one of the most prolific and premiere museums in the state of South Carolina!
Using the events, stories and happenings of history to build a better future is the premise of the Levine Museum of the New South. Through detailed and enchanting exhibits, dialogue and educational programs, the Levine […]