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Oakboro Regional Museum of History
231 N. Main Street, Oakboro, NC, 28129, United States
Ancient Life of the Rocky River: Early American Artifacts. Early 1900 Stanly County Map: Hand-drawn and lettered, listing farm landowners. Photo Archives and Artifacts: Celebrating the people, organizations, and times of the area.
0.1 miles Museum
Oakboro Railroad Museum
128 Aquadale Road, Oakboro, NC, 28129, United States
Oakboro’s original Western Union telegraph key, jacks used for track maintenance, and other memorabilia from early days. A restored Norfolk Southern caboose is permanently situated on tracks on the museum site. The museum also features sidewalks with engraved...
0.1 miles Museum
Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site
9621 Reed Mine Rd., Midland, NC, 28107, United States
Reed Gold Mine is the site of the first documented gold find in the United States. From this discovery, gold mining spread gradually to nearby counties and eventually into other southern states. During its peak years gold mining was second only to farming in the...
9.1 miles Museum
Stanly County Museum
245 East Main Street, Albemarle, NC, 28001, United States
Stanly County is a crossroads of history. Its people have helped mold and define the cultural landscape of the county, the state, and the nation for more than 10,000 years. Our citizens value their history and have diligently worked together to establish the Stanly...
11.4 miles Museum
Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society Museum
1100 N. Main Street, Mount Pleasant, NC, 28124, United States
The Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society was organized in 1973 by citizens of Cabarrus County who volunteered their time, labor, and money to preserve what was once the campus of the North Carolina College and the Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute (MPCI). Today, the...
13.9 miles Museum
Badin Historic Museum
60 Falls Rd., Badin, NC, 28009, United States
An acquisition sub-committee evaluates potential artifacts for the museum's collection.
17.4 miles Museum
Jesse Helms Center
3910 US Hwy 74 East, Wingate, NC, 28174, United States
The Jesse Helms Center exists to promote traditional American values and the principles upon which our nation was founded and that Senator Jesse Helms advanced throughout his career. This is accomplished through education, public policy promotion, and historical...
18.1 miles Museum
Earth Echoes Children's World Museum
7701 Matthews Mint Hill Road , Mint Hill, NC, 28227, United States
Multicultural activities are alive and well here; the kids can play with toys, crafts, masks, and more from cultures around the world. There's even a try-on room where you can dress in traditional clothing from other countries. Your grandchildren can be global...
18.7 miles Museum
Cabarrus County Veterans Museum
65 Union Street South, Concord, NC, 28025, United States
The Cabarrus County Veterans Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the heritage of Cabarrus County
19.3 miles Museum
Concord Museum
11 Union Street South, Concord, NC, 28025, United States
The Concord Museum, originally known as Memorial Hall, was founded in 1939 when the Concord City Aldermen requested that the Coltrane-Harris Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy create a home for artifacts, documents, and books of historical...
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