"Mint Museum of Fine Art" Top 5 Page for this destination Museums Tip by acemj

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The Mint used to be the U.S. Mint and the building itself was moved from Uptown Charlotte to its present location on Randolph Rd. (which is 4th Street).
The permanent collection focuses on art from the Americas (North, South and Central) and includes North Carolina Pottery, Colonial American Art and my personal favorite, The Spanish Colonial paintings. You can see a lot of influence from the Catholic Church as well as from Native American cultures in this colorful collection.
Try to go on a Tuesday night after 5pm when it's FREE.

Address: 2730 Randolph Rd.
othercontact: $6/adults, $3/students,
Website: http://www.mintmuseum.org

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  • Updated Nov 4, 2002
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