The Museum offers virtual interactive exhibit tours for groups of all ages on Tuesdays through Thursdays.
Adult, youth and mixed age groups can virtually experience one of three thematic tours of our From Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers exhibit on the history of Charlotte, NC and the Carolina Piedmont after 1865 or a tour of our Brooklyn: Once a City Within a City (youth groups only) exhibit. Supplemental materials can be provided with booked virtual tours on request. Tours include information provided live by Museum staff, interactive participation opportunities, and a chance for Q & A.
AVAILABILITY AND COST
Tuesdays, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesdays, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursdays, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost: $150, credit card preferred but check or cash also accepted
LENGTH AND CAPACITY
Tour length: 1 hour
*Please note, if you need a shorter presentation to accommodate your time or grade level needs, please let us know.
Maximum number of participants: 85
EQUIPMENT AND PLATFORM
Equipment needed: computer or mobile device, internet connection, speaker, and microphone
Platform used: Levine Museum uses Zoom, but your organization or school’s platform can also be used as long as Levine Museum staff can be made a “host” as your presenter.
GROWING UP IN THE NEW SOUTH
Journey through 150 years of New South history from a young person’s perspective. Learn about the experiences, from every day to revolutionary, of sharecropping children, mill kids, and young freedom fighters of the Civil Rights movement.
NEW SOUTH, NEW WOMEN
Following the 100-anniversary year of the 19th Amendment, learn about the lives and achievements of Piedmont women and their agency in the labor, suffrage, and Civil Rights movements and beyond.
CAROLINA CIVIL RIGHTS JOURNEY
Discover the triumphs and challenges faced by African Americans in the New South after the end of slavery, and how Black North Carolinians fought for the promises of the New South to be kept.
BROOKLYN: ONCE A CITY WITHIN A CITY
Explore the rise and demise of Charlotte’s Brooklyn neighborhood, once the most thriving and vibrant black community in the Carolinas, and how its story is still relevant today.