Plan Your Visit


The Mint Museum is closed on Juneteenth, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving Day, and New Year’s Day

Price of Admission

Your General admission ticket gives you access to both Mint Museum Uptown and Mint Museum Randolph for two consecutive days.
The Mint Museum is FREE from 5-9 PM on Wednesdays.

The Mint Museum is now on Bloomberg Connects!

Bloomberg Connects Guide

Bloomberg Connects is a free mobile app that serves as a robust collection of digital content guides from a variety of museums, galleries, gardens, and cultural institutions across the globe. The Mint Museum’s guide features information and dynamic content of artwork on view at both locations, audio letters from Mint staff members, and more.

Portrait of Queen Charlotte being scanned by Bloomberg Connects app
Young woman admiring artwork


The Mint Museum is committed to making the museum experience accessible for all visitors. Our efforts to make our website, buildings, galleries, and programs more accessible are continually ongoing.

Take A Tour

We offer in-person and self-guided tours as well as virtual tours for all ages and groups.

World-to-table dining in the heart of Uptown Charlotte

Enjoy lunch, dinner, or weekend jazz brunch before or after exploring the museum.

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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