About Rowan Museum
ROWAN MUSEUM, INC.
202 North Main Street
Salisbury, NC 28144
Executive Director, Kaye Brown Hirst
Education Coordinator, Tricia Denton Creel
The Rowan Museum, Inc. was founded in 1953.
The purpose of the Rowan Museum, Inc. is to collect, preserve, research, exhibit, and educate the public about the history of Rowan County and piedmont North Carolina through the use of its properties, programs and collections.
The offices of the Rowan Museum are located at 202 North Main Street in the old 1854 Courthouse/Community Building. The Museum also maintains and has open to the public two historic house museums: the 1766 Old Stone House in Granite Quarry built by Michael Braun, early German settler, and the 1815 Utzman-Chambers House on South Jackson Street in Salisbury.