Interested in something that offers “art” and “civil war” in one sentence? If your answer is yes, head to the Levine museum of the New South! One of the most well-known and often-visited museums of the Southeast, the Levine museum of the New South has its theme in showcasing the history and legacy of the “New South,” i.e. the time, places and people from 1865 till date – from the good to the bad and everything in-between.
Founded in 1991, the avant garde museum features a very wide variety of art pieces that represent and portray this history. Suitable and informative for both children and adults alike, the Museum offers several different kinds of opportunities for education, benefit, as well as enjoyment – all while providing a suitable historical context and an emphasis on further deliberation and discussion.
The museum fully believes in giving back to the community that it is a part of, and to that end takes up a portion of the community’s fiscal responsibilities by offering generous scholarships to the talented. In addition to portraying history, the museum also believes in building one that the future generations can cherish.
Address: 200 E 7th St, Charlotte, NC 28202