Came specifically to see the Wyeth exhibit and was not disappointed. Three generations are represented with informative displays. Have been visiting for many years and delighted in the growth including downtown location.
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Charlotte can be a little too loud sometimes, but the Randolph location of the Mint Museum is a wonderful break from it. With small sectioned off exhibits, it's easy to find alone time with local pottery and a historic collection of painting. They have a...More
If you are a fan of the Wyeth family " Wyeths Three Generations" is a must see exhibit. Framed art from each artist plus illustrated books, printing plates and words from Andrew Wyeth are on display. You are allowed to take digital pictures without flash....More
We were lucky enough to visit while a show was up featuring 3 generations of Wyeths. These are the type of special shows that make museum attendance worthwhile. The building itself is impressive and they have some nice permanenet exhibits along with traveling shows.
This gem outside the uptown bustle is just big enough to have an intimate afternoon soaking in some culture. Rotating current exhibitions are thought provoking and always interesting. Permanent collections highlight some very fine examples of Meso-American artifacts and fine claywork from China and England.
We only toured the "coin" part of the Mint (lower floor), as we were in a time crunch. However, my husband's interest was in the gold coins, as opposed to the art, so it worked out well. Located and surrounded by a park setting, the...More
The price was reasonable. My son enjoyed himself and is very interested in going to more museums based on what he saw here.
Very nice facility, immaculately maintained. A true survey of western art from Renaissance to now. Smattering of textiles, modern items from Africa, exhibit of Latin American items. Worth a visit. Not crowded at all.
I love this museum - Always something to interest me. Took my cousin who was visiting me and we had a splendid afternoon
I had not visited the Mint Museum in several years, but the lure of free admission on Wednesday evenings encouraged me to go again. It is a small museum in a pretty park, with ample free parking. The docent who led my tour of Maya,...More