With a collection of over two-thousand items and thousands of square feet of display space, the Cherokee County History & Arts Museum has dozens of displays on almost every topic consisting of four exhibit galleries, the main hallway, a foyer, and plenty of nooks and crannies throughout the former elementary school.
Displays and interactive tools about Native Americans, The War for Independence, Fort Thicketty, Geology, and Mining.
Exhibits and educational experiences about the Railroad, Interstate Highways, Textiles, Modern Industry, Social Life, and Agriculture.
A room dedicated to those who have served our nation in military and political service is enhanced by period uniforms, furniture, and other objects.
Various niches that highlight people, places, and things from and related to Cherokee County.
A STEM Lab and Arts Experience to incorporate interactive Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math exhibits and experiences to local artifacts and cultural heritage.
An accessible repository and research center for the Museum's collection of documents, books, ledgers, photographs, maps, etc., as well as interactive and educational displays on textiles, photography, cartography, genealogy and more.
A Hall of Fame and Training Room that will incorporate local sports legends and achievements into interactive experiences that both educate and entertain visitors.
Connecting Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math to the CHAPS mission of preserving regional history and cultural heritage at the Cherokee County History & Arts Museum.
The next American Flag Project distribution will be Memorial Day. Sign up now to be included!
Save the Date for the annual CHAPS Fish Fry-May 28.
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