Museums in Kernersville


Museum-Visit Package for Two or Four at Virginia Museum of Natural History (67% Off)

Virginia Museum of Natural History

Virginia Museum of Natural History

Natural-history museum’s new Living on the Water exhibit opens July 26; other exhibits include Wild Watersheds and Fossil Overlook

$20 $7

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Bechtler Museum of Modern Art Entry for Two, Four, or Family of Four (Up to 44%Off).

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

Charlotte

Acclaimed architect Mario Botta designed the museum to showcase art in every space—including works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol & Joan Miro

$24 $14

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Visit for Two or Four to The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture (Up to 50% Off)

The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture

Harvey B. Gantt Center

Paintings, sculptures, films, music, and performance art pay tribute to the Africans and African Americans who impacted American culture

$18 $9

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Admission for One, Two, or Four to Carolinas Aviation Museum (Up to42% Off)

Carolinas Aviation Museum

Carolina's Aviation Museum

See historic war, commercial, and private planes, including the salvaged aircraft from the 2009 Miracle on the Hudson

$12 $7

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One-Year Membership for One or Two to Bedford Museum & Genealogical Library (40% Off)

Bedford Museum & Genealogical Library

Bedford Museum & Genealogical Library

Members can explore their genealogy with the museum's expansive collection of historical files, and receive 10% off gift-shop purchases

$50 $30

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Visit and Walking Tour for Two or Four from National D-Day Memorial (Up to 70% Off)

National D-Day Memorial

National D-Day Memorial

88-acre memorial with gardens, reflecting pool, and statues honors soldiers and commemorates pivotal WWII battle.

$20 $6

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Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Historic Smithfield Plantation (62% Off)

Historic Smithfield Plantation

Historic Smithfield Plantation

Visitors travel back to the 18th century as they traverse the plantation house, garden, and grounds led by a costumed interpreter

$16 $6

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Admission for Two or Four to O. Winston Link Museum or History Museum of Western Virginia (Up to 60% Off)

History Museum of Western Virginia

Multiple Locations

Two museums explore 10,000 years of Native American heritage via ancient artifacts, and more recent locomotive history through photographs

$15 $7

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Museum Admission for Two or Four at O. Winston Link Museum (Up to 70% Off)

O. Winston Link Museum

Roanoke

Seven galleries trace photographer Link’s documentation of steam-powered rail

$10 $3

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One-Year Individual or Household Museum Membership at Swannanoa Valley Museum (Up to 54% Off)

Swannanoa Valley Museum

Black Mountain

Social, cultural, and natural-history museum includes exhibits on early settlers and hiking events for individual or household members

$30 $15

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Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Avoca Museum & Historical Society (Up to 63% Off)

Avoca Museum & Historical Society

Avoca Museums & Historical Society

During 90-minute tours, explore a restored 1901 mansion whose grounds include six other historical buildings and a family cemetery

$10 $5

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  • Old Salem Museums and Gardens
    Old Salem Museums & Gardens whisks visitors to the cozy streets of a reconstructed 18th-century Moravian town that encompasses 100 restored and reclaimed buildings and expansive, pristine gardens. As they stroll through the 90-acre homage to early Americana, visitors can interact with hands-on activities, such as the German paper-cutting art of Scherenschnitte or the colonial tradition of libeling a governor with accusations of actually governing. Old Salem's horticultural marvels include the Miksch Garden—a living illustration of Moravian subsistence farming—and the Family Gardens of Salt Street, which demonstrate the innovative practice of seed saving. In addition to year-round attractions, special exhibits rotate through town, celebrating momentous occasions, notable people, and game-changing presidential pets. After traversing the grounds, visitors can peruse souvenirs at a number of gift shops or sidle into Winkler’s Bakery for a piece of renowned Moravian sugar cake.
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    600 S Main St
    Winston Salem, NC US
  • Reynolda House Museum of American Art
    Surrounded by the carefully clipped hedges of a formal garden, Reynolda House Museum of American Art lets visitors contemplate canvases in the stately surroundings of a turn-of-the-century tobacco baron's mansion. Armed with personalized membership cards, members gain free admission to the museum’s permanent collection, which includes works by Mary Cassatt and Georgia O'Keeffe. Gorge hungry eyes on the soulful iron-horse portraits of railroad photographer O. Winston Link, on display until June 19, or pick up pointers from the Modern Masters from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (October 7–December 31). Reynolda House will be the two nomadic exhibitions’ sole stop in North Carolina this year before wandering off in search of new adventure.
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    2250 Reynolda Rd
    Winston Salem, NC US
  • Children's Museum of Winston-Salem
    Amidst the painted pots and chalk drawings in the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem's Surprise Garden stands the Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam's Kaleidoscape, reflecting the museum's motto, "where learning happens through play". Far from a hands-off installation, the multi-colored, crocheted structure is always covered with swinging, climbing kids. Clambering is an equally popular activity inside the nonprofit museum, whose lobby is full of wavy platforms and a beanstalk climber that stretches all the way to the second floor. But climbing isn't the only way to stay busy at Children's Museum of Winston-Salem. At other exhibits, youngsters can pretend-steer a rowboat, man the conveyer belt inside a child-sized Krispy Kreme factory, and construct buildings with magnetized blocks. After full days of play, kids can unwind during staff-led story times in the museum library or gather with other children for programs such as teatimes.
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    390 S Liberty St
    Winston Salem, NC US
  • Green Hill Center for NC Art
    Every year, Green Hill Center's 7,000-square-foot main gallery displays five exhibitions of contemporary work, usually by artists who live and work in North Carolina. A single membership entitles the Groupon-holder to discounts on programs in the main gallery space, discounted tickets to the Collector's Choice holiday gala, invitations to opening receptions, and more. With the household membership, families get all the benefits of a single membership plus free admission to ArtQuest, Green Hill Center's hands-on art studio for kids and families. Check "Become a Member" information under the "Get Involved" section of Green Hill Center's website for a full listing of membership benefits.
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    200 N Davie St
    Greensboro, NC US
  • Weatherspoon Art Museum
    Admission is always free to the Weatherspoon Art Museum's collection of nearly 6,000 works from primarily post-WWII American artists. With today's deal, both the individual and dual/family memberships entitle you to reciprocal admission to partnering museums, 10% off most gift-shop merchandise, free or discounted admission to special events, and more. Click here to see a complete list of membership benefits.
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    Spring Garden St
    Greensboro, NC US
  • Greensboro Historical Museum
    Greensboro Historical Museum is located at 130 Summit Avenue in Greensboro, NC and they feature all types of exhibits from art to historical artifacts and documents. Past exhibits have included a velvet dress and trunk belonging to Dolly Madison, as well as the award-winning photography of Jerry Wolford, a noted photojournalist, that includes 30 years of his work. The museum houses a number of permanent exhibits such as “Voices of a City”, which explores 300 years of Greensboro history. The First Presbyterian Church Cemetery is part of the museum complex and contains many of the graves of prominent city leaders of the past. Some areas of the museum are available to rent and are often used for corporate functions, family reunions and other special events.
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    130 Summit Ave
    Greensboro, NC US
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