Mint Museum Randolph
Located in what was the original branch of the United States Mint, The Mint Museum Randolph opened in 1936 in Charlotte's Eastover neighborhood as North Carolina's first art museum.
The Mint Museum is an incredible spot to visit and one of the most well-known art institutions in Charlotte. The museum offers two locations uptown and downtown. Mint Museum Uptown highlights the American Art collection including the famous American impressionists, the craft and design collection, and the Modern and Contemporary Art.
Went here with my wife a while ago. We loved it. One of the coolest places we've been to in Charlotte. We loved seeing the 10 ft tall paintings of king George and queen Charlotte. and all the different pieces of history they have to offer.
Nice museum away from the city center, it is associated with The Mint Museum Uptown. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit a couple years ago. Just haven't had the opportunity to return. I forgot now but it's either Tuesday or Wednesday evening offer FREE admission after 5 PM. Great place to visit and check out exhibits.
If you love museums this is one to visit! The staff love their work and are proud of working there.
Has a lot of green space out front that would be great to walk your dog. This Mint has a lot of artifacts and is very history based.