To celebrate Black History Month (February) and Women’s History Month (March), Mint Museum Randolph invites all guests to take advantage of BOGO (Buy One, Get One) Sundays from February 3rd to March 31st, 2019.
Mint Museum Randolph is at 2730 Randolph Road.
To take advantage of the BOGO deal, just mention BOGO Sundays at the guest services desk.
The discount applies on Sundays only at Mint Museum Randolph only for adult, senior and student tickets.
Regular price admission:
- Adults: $15
- College Students: $10
- Seniors (65+): $10
- Children 5-17: $6
- Children 4 and under: Free
Admission to both Mint Museum Randolph and Mint Museum Uptown are free on Wednesday evenings from 5 p.m. to 9 pm.
When you purchase admission, hold onto the receipt. It gets you into both museums for two days from the date of purchase.
Food trucks will be onsite during the month of February.
Mint Museum Randolph hours on Sundays are 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Current exhibitions at Mint Museum Randolph:
African-Print Fashion Now! A Story Of Taste, Globalization, And Style
Oct 7 2018 – Apr 28 2019
This exhibition introduces visitors to a dynamic and diverse dress tradition and the increasingly interconnected fashion worlds that it inhabits.
El Tajín: Photographs and Drawings by Michael Kampen
Aug 1, 2018 – Mar 10, 2019
El Tajín is a UNESCO World Heritage archeological site located in northern Veracruz, Mexico, one of the largest and most important cities of classical era Mesoamerica.
Wares of the World: Asian Influence in Contemporary North Carolina Ceramics
July 29 2017 – Ongoing
This installation focuses on the wide-ranging influence of training, aesthetics, and traditions from places including China, Japan, Korea, and Thailand on North Carolina ceramics.
Portals to the Past: British Ceramics 1675 – 1825
Jan 16 2016 – Ongoing
The Mint Museum’s collection of eighteenth-century British pottery and porcelain is widely respected for its scope and quality.
Arts of Africa
April 6 2013 – Ongoing
A collection of art forms showcasing the vast cultural, physical, historical and religious diversity that can be found across the African continent.
May 31 2012 – Ongoing
From its inception as the first art museum in North Carolina in 1936, The Mint Museum has been an innovator and leader, a theme illustrated in the inaugural installation of the Heritage Gallery at Mint Museum Randolph.