Stanly County is a crossroads of history. Its people have helped mold and define the cultural landscape of the county, the state, and the nation for more than 10,000 years. Our citizens value their history and have diligently worked together to establish the Stanly County Museum to safeguard the objects of their heritage. With so many different cultures and catalysts creating history in this “land between the rivers,” the Stanly County Museum has a unique collection of artifacts—from examples of Native American art and pottery to restored pioneer homes. We invite you to discover the rich heritage that is Stanly County, North Carolina.
245 East Main Street, Albemarle, NC 28001
10am-5pm Wednesday – Friday
The Museum is closed on or around all major holidays.
The museum will be closed to the public beginning Wed., September 2.
The museum will reopen with our new exhibit
The Kron Family: Life on Attaway Hill, which begins Wed., September 23.
The First Peoples of Stanly County. Saturday, May 2nd – Saturday, August 29th.
The Museum Gallery is self-guided. Guided tours of the Daniel Freeman House and I.W. Snuggs House are usually available daily upon request. Please call ahead to schedule a tour.
Admission is FREE. The Stanly County Museum is a public and educational service provided by Stanly County Government.