Learn more about the Museum's current exhibits. The Museum has two galleries - the Lecture Gallery and the Changing Gallery. We also host smaller exhibits in the lobby and on the mezzanine.
Each of the Museum’s permanent exhibits offers insight into High Point, NC past.
High Point’s Furniture Heritage examines the history of the relationship between the furniture industry and the people of High Point.
Adjacent to the High Point Museum is our Historical Park which features three historic buildings including the John Haley House (1786), the Hoggatt House (1801) and a working blacksmith shop (1841).
Part of our mission at the High Point Museum, a division of the High Point Public Library, is to strengthen the sense of community so by establishing a Little Free Library in our neighborhood it serves as another community outreach.
In addition to the Historical Park properties, the Museum maintains three off-site structures.
Captivating visitors of all ages, High Point native Meredith Slane Michener’s exhibit “Meredith’s Miniatures” features vignettes of real rooms, real places, the far away and the fanciful.
Past exhibits as seen in the High Point Museum.