- Tourist Information
The Rowan Museum is located at 202 North Main Street in the 1854 Courthouse which survived Stoneman's raid. It is one of the finest examples of pre-civil war architecture in the state. Housing the collections of the Museum, its grand old rooms including the beautiful second floor courtroom and public gathering place, reflect the life and history of Rowan County through displays and interpretive exhibits. It is open to the public, Thursday through Sunday, 1 - 4 pm with a charge for admission.