Learning & Engagement

Find a Tour

The Mint Museum offers guided and self-guided tours, as well as virtual tours, for both individuals and groups of all ages.

Programs

The Mint Museum offers enriching programs for people of all ages and interests. Whether you are looking to learn, experience, dance, play, or just look at beautiful and compelling objects, our Learning and Engagement team has you covered. With their diverse backgrounds and expertise, our programming is ever-evolving and no experience is the same as your last.

Mint Family

Enriching the lives of our community starts by reaching families with kids both young and old. Our goal is to provide educational programming that creates learning opportunities as well as entertaining ones.

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Educators & Education

Educators are among the most important resources in a healthy community. We provide training, resources and education to arts educators and administrators.

Mint in the Community

Engaging with people inside the walls of the museum is only half the story, The Mint Museum is active in many capacities throughout the region. Our Community Engagement team looks to bring art, education, and community-building initiatives to every corner of our region.

Local students on a tour during a community program

Charlotte Art Resources

To help support the growing arts and culture community in Charlotte, the Mint Museum maintains and gives the public access to our Library, Archives, and many other resources. These valuable access gives support to scholars, students and artists looking to explore what others have done in the past.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where should I park?

Mint Museum Randolph offers a spacious parking lot directly in front of the building. Park for free!

Mint Museum Uptown offers $10 maximum validation before 5 PM Monday – Friday to our visitors in the Levine Center for the Arts parking garage located on Brooklyn Village Avenue between Tryon and Church Streets. If using GPS, you can enter address 130 West Brooklyn Village Ave, Charlotte, NC 28202 to find the garage entrance.

Parking is a flat fee of $10 after 5 PM and during the weekends.

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