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Hickory Museum of Art


category : Arts
The second-oldest art museum in North Carolina - and the first museum in the Southeast to collect American art - offers exciting exhibits, classes, films and programs. Located in the Arts and Science Center of the Catawba Valley.




Address:
243 3rd Avenue NE
Hickory, NC 28603
Phone: (828)327-8576

Come visit us in Hickory, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

1840s Carolina Village - Hart Square

Hart Square is a village of 200 acres that has been reconstructed with original log buildings from the surrounding areas giving it the true appearance of life of Catawba County settlers during the early 19th century. With over 90

Hickory, NC Museums



Hickory Furniture Mart - Catawba Valley Furniture

Unless you enjoy driving from store to store, why not spend your North Carolina shopping time at the one-stop resource-Hickory Furniture Mart?

Hickory, NC Businesses

Hickory Ridge Shopping Center

Center features: Target, Kohls, Old Navy, Marshall's, Best buy, Party City, shoe Carnival, Setzer's Jewelers, Hallmark Cards, Family Christian Book Stores, Dick's Sporting Goods, Linen's and Things, and AC Moore. Restaurants include Tony'

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Things to do Arts near Hickory, NC

Guilford Native American Art Gallery and Gift Shop

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Thomas Kinkade Gallery

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Gaston County Museum of Art and History

The Gaston County Museum of Art & History, located on the Dallas Court Square--part of a National Register of Historic Places...

Guilford College Art Gallery

View rotating selections from the college?s wide-ranging permanent collection of fine art and crafts and occasional traveling...

Afro-American Cultural Center

A multi-displinary arts organization preserving the rich artistic heritage of African American culture through exhibitions, p...