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.
Went on a Wednesday on their free night (6-9pm). It was great, had a chance to walk around with coworkers and look at a really diverse array of items. Not being guided was an opportunity to go at my own pace and really enjoy what we saw. High recommend it.
This is really good museum. This has lots of verity from mint to pottery to arts and many more. There are 2 mint museums in Charlotte one is near to uptown and another one is this one on Randolph RD. Every last Sunday of the month there party in park with free entry to the museum And live music with food trucks
1 full floor and 2 half floors. Interesting mix. Can be done in little over an hour. Ticket here is also good for the other location and for 48 hours. Bletchley will give you a discount and vice versa.
A really good museum. This has lots of variety from coins to pottery to glass to paintings. The layout is a little confusing but once you get it the themes are nice and the descriptions are more informative from a historical perspective.
We went and enjoyed it. It's in a beautiful neighborhood and I loved how the building has been kept the same for the most part, over the years.