The Levine Museum of The New South packs Charlotte's extensive history into bite-sized exhibits. It is designed to build a stronger, more equitable, community by connecting people to Charlotte and to each other through history, culture, and celebration.
The Levine Museum offers a regular series of programs geared to different interests and ages. New South for the New Southerner is an engaging evening series over dinner on the history and culture of Charlotte and the Piedmont region, featuring authors, historians and others who are helping define the New South. #ShapingCLT is an interactive, issues-based evening program, designed as a social change toolkit for people interested in shaping a better future for Charlotte. The program features activities, thought leaders and change-makers to spark action and community participation. Scene@Levine is a program for young professionals looking for fun and meaningful ways to connect in Charlotte.
The Levine Museum of The New South offers discounts to students, military, and government workers, and on Sunday admission is half-off. Splurge a little in the gift shop or visit the 7th Street Public Market next door on the way out for a quick bite to eat to round out the day.