Located in the old jail in the Charlotte Court House Historic District, The Charlotte County Museum houses a permanent exhibit recognizing three former Charlotte County residents and the tremendous contributions they made locally, nationally, and internationally. The exhibit, “Three Centuries, Three Statesmen,” celebrates the lives of Patrick Henry, John Randolph, and David K. E. Bruce. Additional exhibits are presented periodically. Check the museum website for current exhibit information.
Museum is open during daylight hours.