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Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Art
Art gallery.
Gastonia, North Carolina
History, Natural History, Planetarium, Science

In the region, The Schiele is the premiere museum of natural history, American Indian culture, and early Piedmont history. The Schiele offers dynamic, interactive permanent galleries and special hands-on exhibits, conducts research, and provides public programs interpreting over 400 years of Piedmont history. Each year more than 125,000 people visit The Schiele, its Lynn Planetarium, and its living nature trail with a Catawba Indian Village and 18th-century Backcountry Farm.

Winston Salem, North Carolina
Science
Science Center and Environmental Park. 76,000 square feet.
Franklin, North Carolina
Art, Culture, History
Interprets Scottish history and culture, through Tartans and Highland dress. Migrations of the Scots, focusing on the Scots who settled in this region.
Morganton, North Carolina
Culture, History, Library, University
Housed in the Phifer Learning Resources Center Library at Western Piedmont Community College, the goal of the Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. Library and Museum is to provide scholars and students with a wide range of resource information concerning the life of Senator Ervin, the United States Constitution, Constitutional and political history with emphasis on the Watergate era, and U.S. and North Carolina legal and general history.
Asheville, North Carolina
History, Historic House
Museum located in oldest surviving structure in Asheville ca. l840.
Snow Camp, North Carolina
Art, History, Historical Society
Historic site with 30 plus Quaker meetinghouses, museums, log kitchens, artifacts from late 1700's to early 1900's.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Art
Located in the historic James G. Hanes (Hanes Corporation founder), SECCA is an art gallery designed to involve people in the art and craft of our time. Major exhibitions recently have included Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf and contemporary quilts by seven world class quilt artists. The museum is located on 32 lush acres still intact in a residential neighborhood. Admission is now free to enable more people access to the art and vision of the institution.
Southport, North Carolina
History
Museum houses a collection of memorabilia pertaining to the vast nautical history of "The Lower Cape Fear" area.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Art
Visual and performing arts center.
Laurinburg, North Carolina
Art
College Art Gallery.
Lenoir, North Carolina
Art, Church
Art collection located within historic Church.
Black Mountain, North Carolina
Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Specialized
We offer hikes, tours, and daycations weekly. Visit www.swannanoavalleymuseum.org/events for more information.
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