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Artworks & Galleries Salisbury-Rowan County has several North Carolina art galleries and museums, featuring works by local artists, such as this outdoor sculpture.

North Carolina Art Museums & Galleries in Rowan County



Rowan County boasts a variety of art venues including collective art galleries featuring multiple artists as well as individual artists' studios and is one of North Carolina’s fastest growing art communities.


Clyde's

Address: 224 E. Bank St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-639-1890
Description: This site of this Confederate Prison houses many antiques and artifacts. The 1840's log structure, overlooks where the main gate of the prison once stood. This structure was the Garrison house for the guards and is all that remains of the Salisbury Military Prison.

Clyde's

Address: 224 E. Bank St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-639-1890
Description: This site of this Confederate Prison houses many antiques and artifacts. The 1840's log structure, overlooks where the main gate of the prison once stood. This structure was the Garrison house for the guards and is all that remains of the Salisbury Military Prison.

Clyde's

Address: 224 E. Bank St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-639-1890
Description: This site of this Confederate Prison houses many antiques and artifacts. The 1840's log structure, overlooks where the main gate of the prison once stood. This structure was the Garrison house for the guards and is all that remains of the Salisbury Military Prison.

Clyde's

Address: 224 E. Bank St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-639-1890
Description: This site of this Confederate Prison houses many antiques and artifacts. The 1840's log structure, overlooks where the main gate of the prison once stood. This structure was the Garrison house for the guards and is all that remains of the Salisbury Military Prison.

Clyde's

Address: 224 E. Bank St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-639-1890
Description: This site of this Confederate Prison houses many antiques and artifacts. The 1840's log structure, overlooks where the main gate of the prison once stood. This structure was the Garrison house for the guards and is all that remains of the Salisbury Military Prison.

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