From 1836 to around 1861 this Federal-style building served as the first branch of the United States Mint. During the ... More
Mint Museum Randolph
From 1836 to around 1861 this Federal-style building served as the first branch of the United States Mint. During the Depression it was saved from demolition through a community effort and became North Carolina's first art museum. Now it is one of the major collections of American, European, African, and Asian artwork, along with ceramics, photography, maps and contemporary art. There are daily tours, lectures, art classes, and festivals that invite the public to come and enjoy the exhibitions. With such an extensive collection of over 72,000 items and a building rich in history, this museum is a must-see for any art lover! Also be sure to check out the Mint Museum Uptown , located in nearby Uptown.
A two mile trip from the Charlotte airport, this hotel is five miles from downtown Charlotte and the Convention Center.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is 12 miles away, and the Lowes Carolina Motor Speedway is 18 ...
Cradled in Frazier Park lies a memorial for young ones. Our Children's Memorial Walkway is a place where families can
create a quiet spot in remembrance of little ones they have lost. A place not to grieve their death ...
This Super 8 Motel was fully renovated in 2003, conveniently accessible to I 77 and I 85, and approximately five
miles from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Local attractions include Bank of America Stadium, Mint Museum, and Carowinds Theme Park.Hotel ...