The Levine Historical center of the New South, is a history gallery situated in Charlotte, North Carolina whose displays concentrate on life in the North Carolina Piedmont after the American Common War. The historical center incorporates brief and changeless shows on a scope of Southern-related topics.
The historical center's changeless show is called "Cotton Fields to High rises: Charlotte and the Carolina Piedmont in the New South", and highlights period shows that reflect local history. The presentations incorporate a one-room sharecropper's home, a cotton factory and plant house, an African-American healing center, an early Belk retail establishment, and a social liberties period lunch counter. Changing shows concentrate on neighborhood culture, workmanship and history.
In Walk 2013, the Charlotte Gallery of History reported plans to move its managerial workplaces to the Levine Museum.