The Mint Museum Randolph is a sister concern to the Mint Museum Uptown. Museum Randolph is home to a spectacular collection art and design from different parts of the world. The exquisite art collection is sure to make your day on a visit here. Do make sure you visit both the museums although their situated in different locations, to get an overdose of the lovely art.
Entrance Ticket Details For Mint Museum Randolph
- General- $12
- Special exhibition- $24
- Mint members- Free
College students and seniors (above 65) with ID :
- General- $9
- Special exhibition- $18
- Children (5-17)- $6
- Children below 4- Free
How to Reach Mint Museum Randolph
- Bus no. 15
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10.58% of people who visit Charlotte include Mint Museum Randolph in their plan
29.41% of people start their Mint Museum Randolph visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Mint Museum Randolph
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mint Museum Randolph
Mint Museum Randolph Reviews & Ratings
Spectacular - much larger than I expected. Art history of the world; many genres highlighted. If you enjoy reading display notations, plan on a full day (but no cafe etc. inside).
Nice museum away from the city center, it is associated with The Mint Museum Uptown. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit a couple years ago. Just haven't had the opportunity to return. I forgot now but it's either Tuesday or Wednesday evening offer FREE admission after 5 PM. Great place to visit and check out exhibits.
Great museum with lots of beautiful art. They currently (August 2019) have an exhibit on work by Tony DiTerlizzi which we spent a full hour in. I loved seeing the art from the Spiderwick Chronicles up close!
Had visited the Mint Museum Uptown several times, but had never made it to the Randolph location. It's set in a beautiful park with gorgeous homes just behind the back entrance. I loved reading the very informative and fascinating history of the building and was amazed to hear that the building had been saved from demolition and moved to the present location back in the 30s.It's an eclectic collection - but I happened to love it all: British Ceramics (who knew all this about porcelain?!), African Art (sculpture, masks, adornments) and an amazing collection of PreColumbian Art from Central and South America. I spent about 2 1/2 hours and loved every bit of it. Then enjoyed strolling through the beautiful park-like neighborhood afterwards. Great time - but obviously not for everyone!
The mint was originally founded in 1836 was printing Money downtown they move the building out here to the Randolph location then turn it into Museum in about 1933 - 1936.. a nice to visit