Each of the Museum’s permanent exhibits offers insight into High Point's past. In the main gallery space, explore the images and stories that record the individuals who lived, worshiped and worked in High Point. Learn about the Native Americans who first settled the land, get a glimpse of the Plank Road, imagine the sounds of one of the many factories, and have the chance to picture John Coltrane’s hands gliding across the keys of his piano.

The Furniture Heritage exhibit offers a unique perspective on the history of furniture manufacturing in our area. And don't miss the dazzling detail and intricate craftsmanship of Meredith's Miniatures!

Our adjacent Historical Park has three historic buildings: the John Haley House (1786), the Hoggatt House (1801) and a working blacksmith shop (1841), plus a historically authentic herb garden.