Burke Arts Council
|Categories||Galleries & Studios|
|Address||506 S Sterling St,
Morganton, NC 28655
Local and regional art and craft exhibits presented by the Burke County Arts Council. Local art on display and available for purchase in the Gallery Gift Shop.
Open Monday – Saturday, 10am to 4pm.
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Benjamin F. Long Fresco
When Long was commissioned to decorate the ceiling in the atrium of the City of Morganton Municipal Auditorium, he selected the nine muses because of their legendary role in inspiring all human endeavors in the arts and sciences.
City of Morganton Municipal Auditorium (CoMMA)
The word is out that the best of the best of live concerts, Broadway musicals and other special stage attractions are to be found and enjoyed in Morganton at CoMMA.
Morganton General Store
Downtown Morganton's newest shopping experience. This store is fully stocked with great gift ideas and tasty treats just like the general stores of yesteryear.
Silver Fork Vineyard & Winery
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Timberwoods Family Restaurant
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The areas of Guatemalan culture that are shared are natural connection-builders: coffee, chocolate, soccer, street food, and crafts. Get a unique craft and connect with the local Guatemalan artist. Join in pick-up games or soccer leagues to play side-by-side with others. Enjoy a coffee together afterwards! Walk down our inside “street” of local Guatemalan food vendors to get a delicious meal and engage the cook! This is going to be fun, y’all.
Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail
The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail commemorates the patriot unification, march and battles leading up to the Battle of Kings Mountain. Portions of the trail can be visited in any season. It includes sections of walk-able pathway, a Commemorative Motor Route, affiliated historic sites and museums, and wayside exhibits.