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Billy Graham Library

The Billy Graham Library pays tribute to the late American Christian evangelist Billy Graham. The place opened in the year 2007 and spreads across 40,000 square feet (3,700-meter square). The library features a number of artifacts from different facets of Graham's life, from his small beginnings on a farm to his career as a prominent minister, the place covers everything. Many find the library to be a site of inspiration, offering a reflective and educational experience regardless of religious connotations.

NoDa Historic Arts District

Much like SoHo, NoDa (North Davidson Street) is a bustling area in the city of Charlotte. There is a lot to see and do in this famous arts district, for both visitors and locals. Restaurants, theatres, bars, shops, and galleries abound here. Visit during the annual Gallery Crawl to check out the area's fascinating art scene. An amalgamation of culture and cuisine, this district is cloaked in an air of enjoyment, making it a must-visit.

Levine Museum of the New South

The heart of this museum lies in exploring the people who have changed and shaped the social landscape of the South since the end of the Civil War. The exhibit addresses controversial issues like race relations and immigration, providing a forum for discussion and contemplation. The facility features exceptional pieces, including modern multimedia displays and virtual tours that make the learning experience fun for all ages. Be sure to explore the 'Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers' exhibit, one of the permanent collections that focuses on the changing face of Charlotte and the Piedmont region of North Carolina.

Mint Museum Randolph

From 1836 to around 1861, this Federal-style building served as one of the first branches 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. Today, it houses 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 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.

The Light Factory

Founded in 1972, The Light Factory stands out as one of just four institutions nationwide dedicated exclusively to photography and filmmaking. It serves as a vital platform for contemporary artists exploring light-based media. Engage with thought-provoking photography exhibitions, attend screenings of documentaries and indie films, and enroll in digital video art classes. Whether you're discovering the art of image capture or exploring the profound impact of visuals, The Light Factory offers an immersive experience that celebrates the magic of photography and the storytelling prowess of film.

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art offers a fresh perspective of art and culture while showcasing the city's vibrancy. Located in the heart of downtown Charlotte, the Bechtler is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The free audio guide and gallery brochures at the visitor desk and information center keep visitors well-informed on the modern art lining the walls and hallways. The museum is a fun experience for visitors of all ages, as Bechtler provides children with materials to make their visit to the museum interactive and enjoyable.

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