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Marking a momentous occasion, the Gaston County Museum proudly unveils the stunning work of the extraordinary artistic works of Elizabeth Healy. This highly anticipated showcase invites visitors to immerse themselves in the captivating world of Healy's creations, where imagination and craftsmanship intertwine. From thought-provoking sculptures to intricately detailed artworks, each piece reflects Healy's unique vision and artistic prowess. The Gaston County Museum stands as a beacon of cultural appreciation, providing a platform for local talent like Elizabeth Healy to share their exceptional artistry with the community and beyond.
Gaston County Museum
Discover this and the rich history and vibrant art scene at the Gaston County Museum in Dallas, NC. Immerse yourself in the diverse exhibits spanning two floors, showcasing both historical and artistic displays. Step into the Daniel Stowe Carriage House, home to the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in the state, and marvel at the intricate craftsmanship of a bygone era. Delve into the region's past at the permanent Carolinas Textile Exhibit, which sheds light on the pivotal role of cotton mills and the lives intertwined with them during the late 1800s to mid-1900s. With its captivating exhibits, the Gaston County Museum offers a captivating journey through time and culture. LEARN MORE
The Gaston County Art Trail
Discover this and the vibrant tapestry of creativity along Gaston County's captivating art trail.
Behind the Gaston County Museum, discover these two captivating sculptures.
Downtown Historic Dallas is located in the center of Gaston County and north of I-85 off of Hwy 321. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was originally listed as the County seat. Much of the history and still be found on the streets offering visitors many things to do. Dallas features the Old Gaston County Courthouse, the Gaston County Museum, the Old Jail, and other buildings surrounding the court square. Walking tours of the square are available at Gaston County Museum.