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Belmont, North Carolina
Botanical Garden, Science
Preserves and perpetuates a nurturing environment for aesthetic enjoyment, horticultural excellance and educational opportunities.
Davidson, North Carolina
Art
Collection of 2,500 objects. Traveling exhibitions of contemporary art. One person exhibitions.
Lexington, North Carolina
History
The museum is located in one of the county's premiere historic structures, the Old Davidson County Courthouse (1858). The museum has changing exhibits, genealogical research and provides outreach programs for the local school systems.
Lexington, North Carolina
Art
Retail sales gallery with monthly exhibitions. Notable artists featured include Bob Timberlake, The Disney Archives and P. Buckley Moss.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
History
The Smith Center is home to Carolina athletics and the site of the University of North Carolina's home basketball games. A memorabilia room housing artifacts and trophies from Carolina's rich athletic tradition is located on the 2nd floor of the center
Winston Salem, North Carolina
Art
Cultural art museum, teaching facility, community center and a meeting place to support academic life at Winston Salem State University.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Children's, Science
The largest science and technology museum in the Carolinas and one of the top ten museums in the country.
Salisbury, North Carolina
History
House built in l820 as Salisbury Female Academy. Purchased by Josephus Hall in l852. Dr. Hall was the surgeon at the Salisbury Confederate Prison located five blocks from the house.
Durham, North Carolina
Culture, History, Historic House
The site includes a modern visitors center that features a permanent exhibition entitled "People in Tobacco."
At Duke Homestead, visitors can see the early home, factories, and farm where Washington Duke first grew and processed tobacco. Duke's sons later founded The American Tobacco Company, the largest tobacco company in the world.
Durham, North Carolina
Art
Duke University Museum of Art has assembled since its founding, nationally recognzied collections of Medieval and Renaissance art and one of the largest pre-Columbian collections in the U.S.
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