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Levine Museum of the New South

Hours

Open Now
Sun
12PM-5PM
Mon
Closed
Tue
11AM-5PM
Wed
11AM-9PM
Thu-Fri
11AM-5PM
Sat
10AM-5PM

Location

Uptown

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Using history to build community, Levine Museum of the New South offers rotating exhibits that explore issues relevant to the history of the greater Charlotte metro area and spark curiosity about our world today. Their exhibits and public programs welcome all participants to engage deeply with the diversity of our region’s communities through stories of the past that encourage productive dialogue and deepen understanding of critical contemporary issues.

Google Reviews

4.7

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Cynthia R

5 months ago

Absolutely have loved this museum since they first opened in the 90s. Hate to see them close due to some new high rises that will be going in its place. I hope they find a permanent location soon. So much great NC history that should be shared.

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Taylor Anglin

5 months ago

Really cool museum! One thing about Charlotte is they have amazing museums. Levine had very informative exhibits there's alot to read through and a lot of cool things to see. It also a nice size museum. I didn't have time to get through the whole museum so I will definitely be back next time I'm in Charlotte.

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Brittany Stewart

12 months ago

Im happy I came here! I recently moved to Charlotte and I didnt know the rich history behind this bustling city. I think all Charlotte natives or new Charlotte residents should come here for a history lesson. So good. The front desk staff was very inviting and the parking is validated if you park in the parking garage.

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A Campbell

10 months ago

Liked how they made some exhibits as if on a city street with different shops. They validated our parking so it was free. Staff very friendly. Enjoyed!

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Suman Kantheti

5 months ago

Provides a decent history specifically for Charlotte. Focused on cotton farming followed by energy needs for those spinning mills and workers and culminating at banking. A decent history of segregation in schools and busing concepts were presented visually.

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Cynthia R

5 months ago

Absolutely have loved this museum since they first opened in the 90s. Hate to see them close due to some new high rises that will be going in its place. I hope they find a permanent location soon. So much great NC history that should be shared.

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Taylor Anglin

5 months ago

Really cool museum! One thing about Charlotte is they have amazing museums. Levine had very informative exhibits there's alot to read through and a lot of cool things to see. It also a nice size museum. I didn't have time to get through the whole museum so I will definitely be back next time I'm in Charlotte.

M

Brittany Stewart

12 months ago

Im happy I came here! I recently moved to Charlotte and I didnt know the rich history behind this bustling city. I think all Charlotte natives or new Charlotte residents should come here for a history lesson. So good. The front desk staff was very inviting and the parking is validated if you park in the parking garage.

M

A Campbell

10 months ago

Liked how they made some exhibits as if on a city street with different shops. They validated our parking so it was free. Staff very friendly. Enjoyed!

M

Suman Kantheti

5 months ago

Provides a decent history specifically for Charlotte. Focused on cotton farming followed by energy needs for those spinning mills and workers and culminating at banking. A decent history of segregation in schools and busing concepts were presented visually.

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