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  • Arts & Museums

    »Robeson County Showcase Museum

    Located in a former railway express station that was built in 1908, this museum displays memorabilia relating to Lumberton and Robeson County plus features a rotating historic display that changes every two months, and fossils found in the nearby Lumber River.

    101 South Elm Street
    Lumberton, North Carolina 28358

    »Robeson Planetarium & Science Center

    The science center is located in a one room schoolhouse and offers many hands-on exhibits and activities. The planetarium is located adjacent to the center and uses light, sound, and color to recreate the images of the universe.

    420 Caton Avenue
    Lumberton, North Carolina 28358

    »Museum of the Native American Resource Center

    A very unique museum and resource center that contains 19th century artifacts, as well as arts and crafts from Lumbee Indian tribes plus displays contemporary Indian arts and drafts that represent Native Americans all over North America. Major displays include an authentic log canoe and log cabin.

    Old Main Building, University of NC at Pembroke
    Lumberton, North Carolina 28372

    »Wonderworks

    Visitors of all ages won't be able to resist this curiously odd, three-story structure that appears upside-down from the outside. Entertaining, scientific and educational, the ceiling of the lobby is decorated just like the floor and it certainly belies the fun ahead for the inquisitive. Children and adults will find exhibits and displays, simulators, physical tests of endurance and games of fun. Experience the force of 84-mph winds in the Hurricane Shack, generate electricity by bike pedaling, lay on a bed of nails, feel the 28°F water that passengers of the Titanic felt, ride a simulated roller coaster, make giant bubbles in the Bubble Lab or try your hand at landing the space shuttle. 

    1313 Celebrity Circle
    Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    »Wilmington Railroad Museum

    This museum recaptures the essence of the steam locomotive railroad days and features Wilmington and Weldon railroad artifacts dating from 1840, as well as a model exhibits of the Atlantic Coastline's North Carolina-South Carolina regional routes of the 1940s and 1950s.

    501 Nutt Street
    Wilmington, North Carolina 28401

    »St. John's Museum of Art

    One of the major collections in the world of romantic color prints by renowned 19th century American artists, Mary Cassatt, is on display at this museum that also offers educational programs for adults and children including lectures, films, tours, art classes, and workshops. A gift shop is on site that features arts and crafts from over 80 contemporary North Carolina artists and craftspeople.

    114 Orange Street
    Wilmington, North Carolina 28401

    »The Burgwin-Wright House

    Burgwin-Wright House is an old classic structure that is now transformed into a museum. It houses objects and artifacts that take you into the bygone era.

    224 Market Street
    Wilmington, NC 28401

    »Cape Fear Museum

    The oldest history museum in North Carolina, this 42,000 square foot museum is filled with interpretive exhibits that depict the history, natural history, and culture of the Lower Cape Fear area. Educational programs are also available.

    814 Market Street
    Wilmington, North Carolina 28401

    »Cape Fear Museum of History and Science

    Founded in 1898, Cape Fear Museum of History and Science is a melange of culture, history and science. With each passing year, it achieves further success and scales new heights. What started off as a one-room establishment has now culminated into a renowned organization with almost 50,000 objects on display. The museum does not restrict itself on merely showcasing collections, but also directs efforts towards study of the objects and enhancing the knowledge of its visitors. The institute also hosts exhibitions, study programs and other events on a regular basis. For more details, check website.

    814 Market Street
    Wilmington, NC 28401

    »The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum

    The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is a visual art space dedicated to the work of local artists. The quaint little house dates from 1924, but it was moved from its original location in 1975, when it was slated for demolition. Happily the historic house survived, and today it houses a permanent art collection alongside other guest artist exhibits. An art library and working studio are available for those who want to learn more about art and learn to paint or draw. Admission is free.

    3100 South Ocean Boulevard
    Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    »Cameron Art Museum

    Known as St. John’s Museum of Art between 1964 and 2001, the Cameron Art Museum is now located inside the Pyramid Park that comes replete with woody nature trails, streams and lush forests. The permanent exhibits are deeply insightful of the history and culture of the region, and have been wonderfully preserved over the decades. Yoga, tai chi classes, puppet shows, readings, film screenings and recitals are a regular occurrence at this vibrant center that seeks to foster a love for the performing arts too. Check website for details.

    3201 South 17th Street
    Wilmington, NC 28412

    »Racine Center for the Arts

    "Wilmington's premier marketplace for arts and crafts," this unique center features an artisan marketplace, a gallery filled with beautiful paintings, and a sculpture garden. Art classes and workshops for all ages in a wide array of media are available.

    203 Racine Drive
    Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
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