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Located in Three Wells Fargo in Uptown Charlotte, adjacent to the Levine Center for the Arts, the museum highlights Wells Fargo's colorful history including the origins of Wachovia Bank and gold mining in North Carolina. Including a rare Concord...more
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Enjoyed learning some of the history of the great banking icon Wells Fargo came to be. There are some kid areas available for them to play in and get pictures. For middle age people seeing some of the banking tellers etc from our child hood...More
If you have 30-45 minutes free in downtown Charlotte, check out this museum. It goes over the history of Wells Fargo and Wachovia and how both are entwined with our country’s economic growth and westward expansion. The museum has some hands on activities for younger...More
We were only in Charlotte visiting friends, it wasn't a holiday destination for us but when we came upon the Wells Fargo History Museum and it was free, we wandered in. We spent a lovely hour or so in there, taking photos, which you could...More
The Wells Fargo Museum is a nice little museum going over the history of Wells Fargo along with Wachovia who merged with Wells Fargo. Free entry & lots of displays to give yo a feel of pioneer banking & gold transport.
We really enjoyed meandering around the WF History Museum. They have a long and storied past and it was fascinating to see stage coaches and read the diary entries of people who traveled inside them...(often across the country...) I will never complain about waiting to...More
We stumbled upon this museum after lunch one afternoon. The museum is small but has a lot of neat hands-on displays for the young ones and offers a glimpse into the history of Wells-Fargo and general banking. If you find yourself nearby pop-in for a...More
This small museum is free to visit. It presents an interesting history of Wells Fargo and includes a stagecoach, a “treasure box” and information on how banking has changed over the years, from the N.C. gold rush to ATMs. Worth a visit if you’re uptown.