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The Blowing Rock Art & History Museum seeks to provide cultural enrichment to the High Country communities by promoting the arts and Southern Appalachian heritage and history through educational programs, exhibitions, activities and permanent collections.


  • Volunteer Hours in 2016

    863

  • Children Served in 2016

    1618

  • Memberships in 2016

    527

  • New Artwork in 2016

    10

Admission

Be our guest on Thursdays (10 am to 5 pm) when admission is a donation of any amount.


Members FREE
Adults $7
Seniors $6
Students & Children $4
Active Military FREE
EBT Cardholders FREE
Groups of 10 or more $5 per person

Hours

Sunday 12 to 4 pm (May-October)
Closed Monday
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am to 5 pm

Closed most major holidays (including New Year’s, Good Friday, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas.)

******Holiday Hours*******
Monday, December 25th - Christmas Day - CLOSED
Sunday, December 31st - New Year's Eve - CLOSED
Monday, January 1st - New Year's Eve - CLOSED

Museum Announcements

Admission is now free for all EBT cardholders through the Museums for All program and free for active duty military Memorial Day to Labor Day through the Blue Star Museum Program.

Parking

Free parking is available in the deck adjacent to the Museum


 Get ready...the Smithsonian is coming!

News & Notes

High South Event Professionals and the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum are partnering with the Hospitality House this year to provide Christmas gifts for women and men taking shelter there this holiday season.

A new exhibit at BRAHM contains more than a century of artifacts!

BLOWING ROCK - Since it opened nearly six years ago, the Blowing Rock Art and
History Museum has been inundated with requests for a special exhibition dedicated to the town and its history. Well, those requests have been answered with a new permanent exhibit titled "The Village of Blowing Rock: Exploring Our History," located on the top floor of the museum. The exhibit is housed in the newly named Stevens Gallery, named for Virginia "Ginny" and David Stevens of the Blowing Rock Historical Society. It is a collaboration between BRAHM and the Blowing Rock Historical Society and is sponsored by Charles and Deatra Sellers in honor of Grover C. Robbins Sr.