• At-Home History – Keeping a Quarantine Journal

                Historians love diaries and journals. Reading first-hand accounts of historical events brings the past sharply into the present, and allows researchers a glimpse into what daily life was like […]

  • At-Home History – Panning for Gold!

    Cabarrus County is truly rich with history! Did you know that the first gold discovered in America was found right here in Cabarrus County? Below is a lesson on the […]

  • At-Home History!

    At-Home History! Stuck at home and looking for something fun AND educational to do with your kids? Or have you always wanted to document your own family’s history and share […]

  • COVID-19 Update

    In light of the current situation with COVID-19 we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the Concord Museum and its offices from March 16th through Friday, March 27th […]

  • Come Celebrate 80 Years With Us!

    Join us for a historical evening at the Concord branch of the Cabarrus County Library. The Concord Museum is celebrating our 80th Birthday in 2019 and we invite you to […]

  • Now on Display at the Concord Museum!

    Now Open! A history mystery! The Mecklenburg Declaration is one of the most divisive documents in North Carolina history. No original evidence of the paper survives which shrouds the document […]

  • Come Celebrate the Holidays with us!

    Come celebrate the Holidays with us! Christmas in Cabarrus takes us back in time with vintage toys from Blackwelder’s Toyland of Concord, historic images from classic Concord Christmas parades, Christmas […]

  • Free Concert! Cabarrus County’s historical societies present Mill Village: A Piedmont Rhapsody

    Historic Cabarrus Association, Inc., in partnership with Kannapolis History Associates and Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society, will be hosting the Charlotte Symphony for a night to celebrate the history of North Carolina […]

  • Dr. L. Allen Dobson|73 and Main restaurant awarded HCAs first annual Historic Preservation Award

    Celebrating Preservation in Mount Pleasant by Ashley Sedlak-Propst Tuesdays are not typically considered eventful nights. Most people are ready to get off work and spend a relaxing evening at home. […]

  • Now on Display at the Concord Museum

    Opening on February 20th, 2018 World War I was known by many names, the First World War, the Great War, and the War to End All Wars. The Great War […]