Explore Museum Memories from our visitors, below. Have your own memory of the Gaston County Museum that you'd like to share? Email us at email@example.com or tag us on social media!
“Seeing the museum decorated for Christmas with the textile exhibit in the background, I can almost smell the inside of the mill Christmas parties from when Mama worked at the Ragan Plant in Bessemer City.” -Susan Carver Ratteerree
“I can't walk into the Museum without thinking about my mother, Rebecca Rhyne, and Lucy Penegar, Linda Hoyle, Jeanne Rauch, Robert Regan and the scores of others who spent thousands of volunteer hours working to make the Museum a reality. Their dedication to the building and their enthusiasm for creating the Museum has been unmatched! I hope we can continue to keep their vision alive!” – Patricia Rudisill
“I remember enjoying the art classes I attended at the museum as a child. I loved making and performing at the puppet shows we had in the depot! I also loved making this pencil holder from a Pringle’s can that I still have from 1976! – Merry Deely
Into the Dark
Gaston County Museum presents: Into the Dark! A virtual program full of fun, fantasy, and most importantly-- lights!
READ AND DRAW ALONG
Read and Draw Along with the Gaston County Museum and the Gaston County Public Library
CLICK! LISTEN! DISCOVER!
Explore some of the many artists that have performed at the museum or that call our region home.