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Exhibit Tours

Take a digital tour through our fascinating exhibits!
The Story of North Carolina Student 360˚ Tour

Explore 14,000 years of history from our 20,000 square foot exhibit, The Story of North Carolina in 360°—one gallery at a time. 

The Story of North Carolina 360˚ Virtual Tour

Explore our flagship exhibit, which covers more than 14,000 years of history and introduces you to the people, places, and events that have shaped our state’s story.

1920s Drugstore Exhibit Tour

Collections Section Chief John Campbell gives a behind-the-scenes tour of the museum's "1920s Drugstore."

North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame Exhibit Tour

Established in 1963, the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame celebrates extraordinary athletic achievement and leadership, and commemorates exceptional athletic triumphs for the inspiration and pleasure of all North Carolinians.

Toy Boom! Toys from the 1950s & '60s Exhibit Tour

Curator of Popular Culture Katie Edwards gives a tour of the exhibit, "Toy Boom! Toys from the 1950s & '60s," on WRAL Out and About TV.

Tar Heel Junior Historian Association Discover Gallery Exhibit Tour

Museum Educators Chelsea Weger and Jessica Pratt offer a behind-the-scenes tour of the "Tar Heel Junior Historian Association Discovery Gallery."

Taking Off!

Special guest Darrell Collins—an expert on the Wright Brothers—joins Educator Sally Bloom on a journey through the museum exploring flying machines and people who flew them.

Women Making History in North Carolina

Explore two exhibits at the North Carolina Museum of History which recognize the contributions of many “unknown” women from our past with Diana Bell-Kite, Curator of Cultural History, and RaeLana Poteat, Curator of Social and Political History.

Small Stuff/Big Stories

Raelana Poteat, Curator of Social and Political History, shares stories from the exhibit, "The Story of North Carolina."

North Carolina American Indians

Museum Educator Sally Bloom and Teryn Smith, a member of the Sappony Tribe, explore the exhibit, “The Story of North Carolina,” sharing information and insights into North Carolina’s historic and contemporary native peoples.

African American Life and Culture in North Carolina History

Museum Educator Sally Bloom, Curator of African American Hisory Earl Ijames, and Michelle Lanier, Director of North Carolina Division of State Historic Sites and Properties lead an interactive class from the exhibit, “The Story of North Carolina.”