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Greensboro, North Carolina
Art
University art gallery founded by H. Clinton Taylor to exhibit the works of African American artists
Hamlet, North Carolina
History
Educational museum with diverse collection of natural and cultural history from South America to the Artic. Many archaeological artifacts.
Asheville, North Carolina
Science
Hands on learning center, providing children and adults special insights into the human physical condition and related applied sciences.
Hickory, North Carolina
History
Two Victorian House museums, Maple Grove and the Propst House reflect l9th century life in Catawba County.
Hickory, North Carolina
Art
Second oldest art museum in N.C. and the first museum in the South primarily dedicated to American art.Collection comprised of l9th and 20th century North American art with an extensive collection of American Art Pottery.
Boone, North Carolina
Culture, General, History, Historic House
Hickory Ridge Homestead, located on the grounds at "Horn in the West," is an eighteenth-century living history museum highlighting the daily lives of our mountain ancestors.
Hiddenite, North Carolina
Art, History
Folk and cultural arts facility which encourages preservation and presenting the traditions of this region.Housed in a three-story Victorian home.
High Point, North Carolina
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Museum:Visit us and meet early entrepreneur Captain Snow as well as other distinctive High Point citizens.

Picture jazz musician John Coltrane’s hands gliding across the keys of his piano.

Drive our big yellow school bus and discover how changes in modes of transportation influenced the development of High Point.

Explore how the twin industries of hosiery and furniture have flourished while contributing to High Point’s changing identity.
Highlands, North Carolina
Nature Centers, Science
Nature Center with emphasis on Southern Appalachians bio diversity, geology and native American artifacts.
Halifax, North Carolina
History
Early Roanoke River port was a rallying point for patriots and their fight for freedom during the American Revolution. Guided tours through restored l8 and l9th century structures and an archaeological interpretive center.
Bath, North Carolina
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Park
Marion, North Carolina
History, Historic House
Built in 1793. Restored ca. l793 house, and now serves as a museum of history. Three of the Carson mem were members of the State Legislature, one of whom was a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and also the 1st Secretary of State of the Republic.
Windsor, North Carolina
History
Plantation offers unique insights into the area's late l8th century agrarian and rural domestic life. Guided tours are offered of the restored and furnished c. l803 Hope Mansion
Hendersonville, North Carolina
History
Late l9th century tobacco farm and early 20th century tourist retreat in southern Blue Ridge Mountains.
Newton, North Carolina
History
Collection of industrial/agrarian structures that represented a self-contained agrarian community in rural Catawba County c. l900.
Pinnacle, North Carolina
History
State Historic site dedicated to the study preservation and interpretation of N.C.'s rural heritage. Situated on site of former Hauser and Sawyers family farms.
Sanford, North Carolina
History
Historic home located within horseshoe bend of Deep River. Scene of Whig and Tory militia skirmish during the American Revolution. Plantation Home of Benjamin Williams.
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