One of the Museum’s primary art galleries, the Carolina & Northwestern Train Depot was built in 1903 and was moved to the museum in 1977.
Located in the backyard of the Museum, the Sculpture Garden features 8 sculptures from local artists.
Experience the Museum’s Hoffman Hotel years by viewing three existing period rooms and a hands-on hotel room on the third floor.
Nicknamed “Spindle City”, Gastonia was the center of the southern textile industry in the early 1900s.
The Bullpen gallery highlights local and regional art through rotating exhibits.