Train DepotHistory in Art: High Point’s Preservation Projects"Community exhibit by the High Point Preservation Society"

This exhibit features the work of two photography classes, one from High Point University and one from Guilford Technical Community College. Each class recorded images of key preservation projects in our city. The photos include images of Central High School, the Dalton-Bell Cameron House, the Ecker House, Hedgecock Farm, High Point Passenger Depot, the Lindsay House, the Little Red Schoolhouse, Oakwood Cemetery and the Reverend Blair/John Coltrane Home.

The exhibit will be on display in our lecture gallery until January 11, 2020.

toys.Push & Pull - Rolling Toys from the Museum's Collection

A nostalgic look at various rolling toys. This exhibit will be open in our lobby until March 2020.

Let's go ride a bike

This exhibit will be open until mid-May in the Museum’s changing gallery. This exhibit is full of nostalgic elements such as photos and artifacts that will remind visitors of their childhood. Other items include bicycles including local celebrity Max Meeks, pedal cars and signs. Bicycle Toy and Hobby and the Jennings family loaned bicycles, artifacts, and images that are used in this exhibition.

Resources and Links
High Point Trails and Greenways
Piedmont Discovery App
High Point Regional Bike Plan
High Point Brochure
Regional Brochure
NCDOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Laws
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center