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Catawba County Firefighter?s Museum

Catawba County Firefighter?s Museum

The museum displays firefighting equipment, tools, radio equipment, ladders, fire extinguishers, and other firefighting artifacts. The museum educates the public on fires, fire safety, and fire prevention.
Catawba County Museum of History

Catawba County Museum of History

Housed at the Neoclassical Revival-style former courthouse built in 1924, the museum features an extensive collection of Civil War artifacts and local folk art, including pottery, as well as objects depicting the industrial development of Catawba County.
Catawba Science Center

Catawba Science Center

Offers visitors of all ages hands-on fun as they learn about the natural and physical sciences through participatory exhibits, touch-tank aquarium, demonstration programs and planetarium shows.
Catawba Valley Furniture Museum

Catawba Valley Furniture Museum

Located in the famous Hickory Furniture Mart, this museum chronicles the development of the furniture industry in the Catawba Valley.
Hickory Landmarks Society/J. Summie Propst House

Hickory Landmarks Society/J. Summie Propst House

The only remaining example of Second Empire Style architecture in Hickory. House was completed in 1883.
Hickory Landmarks Society/Maple Grove Historical Museum

Hickory Landmarks Society/Maple Grove Historical Museum

Built in 1883 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Italianate style house features authentic Victorian furnishings.
Hickory Museum of Art

Hickory Museum of Art

The second-oldest art museum in NC and the first museum in the South dedicated primarily to American art collection comprised of 19th and 20th-century North American art with an extensive collection of American pottery.
Historic Murray's Mill

Historic Murray's Mill

A collection of industrial/agrarian structures that represent a self-contained agrarian community in Catawba County circa 1900.

Piedmont Area Attractions

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PO Box 1155
Matthews, NC 28106

(704) 708-6270

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