The Mint Museum of Art (Randolph)
Since its opening in 1936 as North Carolina’s first art museum, the Mint Museum of Art and its permanent collection have grown in response to the interest and support of area collectors and donors. Today it is a rich and diverse resource with noted collections of American art, pre-Columbian art, American and European ceramics, American decorative arts, historic costumes and accessories, African art, Asian art, historic maps, contemporary art and photography. The Mint Museum of Art’s collection is a rich asset for the museum’s audience as it establishes its place among its peers in the region and within the nation.
Visit the Mint’s website for admission and hours.
Wheelchairs are available to those with disabilities. Please contact the front desk staff at 704.337.2000 for more information.