Tour Guidelines

Marsvhille Museum and Cultural Center provides tours of the exhibits at the museum. To find out more information about our exhbits, please click here. Here at MMCC, we try to preserve history and culture by letting people view our exhibits. There's truly something here for everyone, tours cover the entirety of the museum. We have many exhibits, some are listed here. We ask that you refrain from bringing food or drink into the musem. Cameras are welcome, take as many pictures as you desire!

Hours of Operation

Friday-Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 1pm-4pm

In order to tour the museum Monday through Thursday, you must call ahead and schedule a tour. Click here to contact us.

*Museum closed on all major holidays

Admission is free, but donations are welcome!

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Birds Eye View

Poultry production in Marshville has been a staple of the community for many years. By 1975, they had become North Carolina's top producer of turkeys and eggs. Poultry had become a way of life for a lot of residents in Marshville. With increase in poultry production came even more diversity among the farms with the expansion of soybean, corn, milo, swine, broilers, and beef production.

Randy Travis Music Festival

    On the 3rd Saturday of September, you can find the residents of Marshville celebrating the career and life of famed country music artist and Marshville native Randy Travis. Travis has sold over 25 million records, has dozens of awards in music and film, and has a star on the hollywood walk of fame. In 2016 Travis was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. He has had and will continue to have a lasting impact on country music and his fellow Marshville natives. Come and join us this September 15th to celebrate!