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Lexington County Museum: $12 for an Annual Family Membership at Lexington County Museum ($25 Value)

$12 for an Annual Family Membership at Lexington County Museum ($25 Value)

Lexington County Museum

Lexington

36 buildings, such as an original post office, populate the seven-acre museum, which recreates 19th century life in Lexington County

$25 $12

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Sumter County Museum: One-Year Family Membership to Sumter County Museum (58% Off)

One-Year Family Membership to Sumter County Museum (58% Off)

Sumter County Museum

Sumter

Includes an Edwardian mansion of Sumter county historic exhibits, elegant Southern gardens, and a recreated 19th-century settlement

$50 $21

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

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

$16 $9

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

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

Second Ward

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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Levine Museum of the New South: Visit for Two or Four to Levine Museum of the New South (44% Off)

Visit for Two or Four to Levine Museum of the New South (44% Off)

Levine Museum of the New South

Uptown

Levine Museum covers the South’s post-Civil War era to present days with exhibits such as its permanent Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers

$16 $9

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

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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  • EdVenture Childrens Museum
    When visitors step into one of the South's largest children's museums, there's one thought that commonly crosses their minds: That's a big kid. Waiting to greet them is a 40-foot-tall statue of EDDIE, a reinforced, molded-plastic boy who weighs 17.6 tons and—like almost everything at EdVenture Children's Museum—is ready for kids to explore. After they've climbed inside his heart, up to his brain, and slid down his intestines—all while learning about their own bodies—kids race to explore the rest of the museum's more than 350 hands-on activities contained within nine exhibit galleries. As a testament to its attractions, EdVenture Children's Museum received the 2011 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, an honor given to only 10 libraries and museums in the nation. Past Eddie, EdVenture’s permanent exhibits include the World of Work, where kids climb aboard a John Deere tractor, take the helm of a 24-foot fire truck, and learn the value of money by spending Eddie Bucks on groceries or flooding the market to undermine the local economy. At the Aha Factory, wee ones recycle everyday items into paper snowflakes, pipe-cleaner butterflies, and glitter-encrusted egg cartons. Children 3 and younger, meanwhile, can explore the My Backyard exhibit, an age-appropriate haven of soft surfaces.
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    211 Gervais St.
    Columbia, SC US
  • Lexington County Museum
    Built in 1772, the Laurence Corley Log House is Lexington's oldest documented abode. It's a logical starting point for visits to Lexington County Museum, a seven-acre village of 36 historic structures that recreate Lexington life from 1770 until the Civil War. Those buildings include the original Lexington County post office and the Hazelius House, where Charlie D. Tillman composed "Give Me That Old Time Religion." The first Lexington County building included on the National Register of Historic Places, the John Fox House is even outfitted with furnishings the family would have used, such as a pine lazy susan and a mahogany Xbox. Other structures likewise stock authentic 19th century artifacts, such as textiles, pottery, and weapons. While the exhibited buildings grant a visual glimpse into the past, 13 hands-on activities immerse kids in authentic 19th century experiences. Youngsters can weave on individual lap looms inside the loom house, play with replica toys from the 1800s, or churn butter in the Fox house yard. In the one-room schoolhouse, schoolmasters in period dress teach full lessons to children who must jot down notes with quill pens.
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    231 Fox St.
    Lexington, SC US
  • Sumter County Museum
    Celebrating its 25th year, the Sumter County Museum immerses visitors of all ages in everyday life from decades past with extensive historical collections and hands-on exhibits. In the handsome Edwardian Williams-Brice house, guests examine artifacts, artwork, and personal effects of Sumter County residents from the early 20th century, while a Carolina Backcountry homestead gives kids and adults alike a taste of life in the early 1800s with a log cabin, blacksmith's shop, and settler's house. Size: Museum grounds include a two-story Edwardian mansion full of Sumter county archives and fine art exhibits, a surrounding of elegant Southern gardens, and a recreated early 19th-century frontier settlement Eye Catcher: A living-history exhibit of a Carolina Backcountry homestead sends visitors back to 1812 with a rustic log cabin, blacksmith's shop, smokehouse, barn, settler's house, and steam-powered video game console Permanent Mainstay: Built in 1916, the stately Edwardian Williams-Brice House hosts an extensive textile collection, fine arts, and artifacts from 20th century American-military history Hidden Gem: The museum's extensive archives hold treasures for armchair historians, genealogists, and professional scholars alike, with more than 30,000 photos, personal letters, business records, and maps that date back well into the 19th century Don't Miss: The Martha Brice Gardens delight visitors with a labyrinth of dogwoods, azaleas, fish ponds, and century-old pecan trees in a design laid out by celebrated landscape artist Robert Marvin.
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    122 N Washington St.
    Sumter, SC US
  • Culture and Heritage Museums
    Culture & Heritage Museums safeguard the Carolina Piedmont's historical treasures and educate residents and visitors about the region's unique past. Instituted in the 1950's, York County's group of affiliated museums and attractions forms a multi-campus network encompassing a wealth of educational opportunities across various disciplines. Each year, museumgoers view antique documents and photographs at the Historical Center located inside the McCelvey Center. They can get to know more than 1,500 natural specimens at the hands-on Naturalist Center inside the Museum of York County, and march through Historic Brattonsville's 775-acre Revolutionary War site. Locals can volunteer at the museums in fascinating roles, such as specimen preparers, who beautify avian exhibits by helping with taxidermy and surgical beak-lifts.
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    4621 Mount Gallant Rd
    Rock Hill, SC US
  • The Light Factory
    Photographers, filmmakers, and fans of both art forms unite at the Light Factory, a buzzing cultural center on Charlotte's Central Avenue. Here, visionaries of all stripes have the chance to express their creativity amid the acclaimed?and oftentimes, infamous?images that line the gallery walls.? In addition to attending events and gathering for exhibitions, folks interested in improving their own skills can enroll in the Light Factory's array of classes. During these sessions, students learn about black-and-white photography, portraiture, and how to handle DSLR cameras, which are especially difficult to house train.
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    1817 Central Ave.
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
    This museum’s 1,400-piece collection includes works by visionaries such as Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, and Barbara Hepworth. But the building itself is just as worthy of study: designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta, it features a glass atrium and vaulted skylights that flood the gallery spaces with natural light.
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    420 South Tryon Street
    Charlotte, NC US

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