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Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte

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  • My daughters (ages 18 and 20) and I walked to the museum while staying uptown. We all enjoyed the various displays and original documents pertaining to the history of Charlotte and its economic evolut...  more »
  • I explored this museum by myself. It allowed me to thoroughly explore and absorb the experience. The 1st floor follows life in and around Charlotte from the post-Civil War era through the current corp...  more »
  • We had a young man on the fourth floor who explained all the different pieces of art and explained their meaning in terms we understood.  more »
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  • A local treasure! I love the exhibit on the history of the new south, it is well done as well as the many other great exhibits they have had. I always look forward to the great things they are doing here. I highly recommend this museum.
  • It was really educational learning about Charlotte from cotton to sky scrapers. I think kids and adults alike would find the display on Charlotte's culture interesting if it's the main exhibit.
  • I enjoyed the exhibits, and my wife, who just moved here from Japan, really enjoyed seeing the history of the city and area. I wasn't a fan of the upstairs exhibit, however, but to each their own. What really ruined the experience for me, was when I realized my parking wasn't validated, I walked back over and told the girl behind the front desk the machine was telling me I owed $16, and I don't think the validation worked. She told me sometimes the machine says you owe money even if your parking is validated (the other member of my group's ticket didn't show that...) and when I told her this she said it was fine. Sure enough, as I try to leave the deck, the machine says I owe $16! As cars stacked up behind me, the parking attendant got on her walkie and after a few minutes I was cleared. You'd hope front desk attendants can at least validate your parking correctly, to avoid an embarrassing situation that's a real hassle.
  • Interesting museum, giving you the history of Charlotte. I went to it when one of these free Sundays was on. I'm not sure if I really think it's worth $8 for the museum, $5 or $6 is a more reasonable price. Well worth going if you have a small family, there are some child friendly exhibits as well.
  • Very informative displays. I'd been there once but it was nice to go back again and refresh my memory. The upstairs gallery had changed from the last time so that was interesting. I should have allowed more time.