The African American Cultural Complex Museum has a unique collection of artifacts, documents and displays of outstanding contributions made by African Americans that are housed in several buildings along a picturesque nature trail.
"The African American Cultural Complex makes people aware of contributions by African Americans to NC and America through structured educational programs."
National Education Association (NEA) collection, African-American Folk Music collection and collateral from the first African-American Patrolman of NC are some of the collections held at the AACC.
These collections reflect important shifts in race relations and during a period of great social political activism in our history.
There is no admission, however donations are welcomed. The museum is open by appointment only.