Levine Museum of the New South
Using history to build community, Levine Museum explores the New South from the end of the Civil War to today through powerful exhibits, compelling programs and meaningful dialogue.
Very interesting exhibits. I visited for about two hours and could have stayed all day. Friendly staff too! I definitely recommend stopping in!
Great historian, she is soooooo informative, KNOWLEDGEABLE, sincer and willing to explain any exhibit you may have questions about. A true asset to the museum. The museum is an asset to the Community. I often take my out of town guest here to visit. Lots of exhibits, thought provoking displays, nice gift shop available. Bathrooms clean, entire staff is cooperative and welcoming. Shows appreciation for every guest!
Always such great exhibits. They produce amazingly high quality content. We are lucky to have such a place in our city.
This museum is a great display of culture of the South, which includes Charlotte, set out an interesting pattern that will draw you in. Really cool, interactive museum featuring the growth of Charlotte and the South as a whole and the influence of people of color on the culture, history, and current social atmosphere.
Two ratings here averaged together above: Utilized their boardroom for an all day meeting space. Simply put, it was perfect. Quiet, large room with an equally large table. Only downside was the limited power outlets and their proximity but the staff provided cords to accommodate us. For corporate use: 4.5 stars The museum itself is exactly what everyone needs to see. The exhibits unabashedly examine and dissect the racial tensions that most southerners would rather not discuss. It is not a "fun" museum but every child that has ever asked their parents a question about race, gender or religious differences should visit it. By dedicating a museum to conflict, the Levine foundation helps our region and country chart a confluent path towards peace and prosperity. The museum: 5+ stars