1633 Winston Road
Jonesville, NC 28642
Phone: (336) 835-9400
Fax: (336) 835-9450
1633 Winston Road I-77 & SR 67, Jonesville, NC, US, 28642
- Phone: (336) 835-9400
- Fax: (336) 835-9450
Arts & Museums
Dedicated to preserving and interpreting the natural, historic, and artistic heritage of the backcountry region of Northwestern North Carolina and Southwest Virginia, this museum has exhibits that include subjects such as the Saura Indians, the railroad, the world's largest open face granite quarry, and the Yadkin River. An observation tower and gift shop are also on site.
Included in the Bethabara Park, the Bethabara Historic District was the site of Moravian settlement. Dating back to 1753, the ruins and remnants of this area were restored and now its the Bethabara Historic District. This district is transformed into a museum and is open to all visitors.
Frame Gallery is both a custom framing shop and fine art gallery. The artists whose work that can be found in the gallery consists of everything from landscape, portrait and wildlife art, as well as woodburning and pottery. Frame Gallery also showcases local artists as well. Customer service is of utmost priority to make sure patrons are fully satisfied, and the custom quality framing work done with which the staff operates is indicative of just that.
Explore the wonders and mysteries of our world at this science museum that features 25,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on exhibits, as well as a 15 acre environmental park with nature trails, and a 120 seat planetarium. An array of educational programs are available and a gift shop is on site.
SECCA otherwise known as Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art is one of the most famous art galleries in the city, frequented by all art loves.
The Reynolda House Museum of American Art is a gallery that has been collecting and promoting American art since the 1960s. One will find a splendid collection of artworks and objects, right from furniture and costumes to sculptures and paintings. The Reynolda House Museum of American Art also holds various events such as dance, concerts, theater and literary programs to instill awareness of art in children as well as adults. To know more about the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, do visit their website.
The only museum in the Southeast that is dedicated to the study and elucidation of world cultures, this museum explores the cultures and people of the Americas, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. A large variety of special educational programs are available and a museum gift store is on site.
"The mission of Iredell Museums is to preserve, promote, and provide learning experiences in culture, heritage, science and the arts. The organization operates Court Street Gallery, the Heritage Farmstead and the Children's Play Space, an interactive children's museum."
Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology, popularly known as MOMBAT, is dedicated to this sport and the engineering of a mountain bike. Located within the First Flight Bikes store, in downtown Statesville, this museum houses over 400 vintage cycles. The museum will show you, how the bike is more than just a vehicle, it is a work of art. Intricate details such as the paint, the spikes and more. The exhibits also highlights how the technology of bike-manufacturing has changed over the years.
"Built around 1832-1860, this Greek Revival two-story frame house is one of the oldest structures in Statesville. In 1865 it served as headquarters for Governor Zebulon Vance during his exile from the state capitol during the last months of the Civil War. The house is now operated as a museum by the United Daughters of the Confederacy."
The Gallery of the Arts is part of the Community Arts Cafe, where in which collections of fine art, craft, literature, music, videos and any other products and artistic pieces are displayed, and in some cases purchased exclusively through the CAC. The works of art found here are artists all local to the Triad neighborhood of North Carolina.
An artists run co-op, Artworks Gallery has been a part of Winston-Salem since 1984. Members of the co-op share their exhibition space with one another, and showcase an exhibit of individual members or the collective at a rate of about once a month or so, and are free and open to the public. The specific art type or media that each member focuses could be painting, photography, or anything else. It is far and wide.