The museum has begun our first stage of reopening to the public, starting with the opening of the grounds of the 1774 Alexander Homesite one Saturday each month. Tickets are on sale now for the October 24, 2020 An Afternoon on the Grounds experience.

Each month this fall, visitors can explore the historic site and learn about Charlotte history safely. Visit the Events page to learn more and to find our upcoming online programs. Learning opportunities for students and families can be found on our Digital Learning page.

Your financial support now will empower us to continue serving our community, enriching lives through shared understanding of the past and inspiring dialogue about the future.

Will you donate today?

DIGITAL LEARNING & VIRTUAL EDUCATION

Learn about Charlotte’s past from the comfort of your own computer or tablet.

Explore the Queen City’s history, join us for virtual celebrations, get creative, and learn more about all the people who helped build the Charlotte we see today.

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Indigenous Peoples Week

NOVEMBER 9, 2020 – NOVEMBER 14, 2020 1:57 PM

In partnership with the Catawba Indian Nation, The Charlotte Museum of History will host an Indigenous Peoples Week-Long Celebration November 9 – 14.

Our Commitment to
Social Justice & Equity

As historians, we believe it’s our job to hold up a clear mirror to history, showing us who we are and how we can be better.

As a result, we’ve made seven commitments going forward, and we invite you to read those here.       

 

Read our Pledge


Unfortunately, The Charlotte Museum of History cannot offer refunds for cancellations made less than 30 days in advance. Thank you for understanding.