2020 Exhibits & Virtual Exhibits

Who Are Presbyterians?

Reformation 500

From John Knox in Scotland to Presbyterians in the American Colonies, this semi-permanent exhibit explores all facets of Presbyterianism, including the impact of the Reformation. It features drawings, books, documents and more.

Open throughout the year More

Missions to Central America & the Caribbean

19th & 20th centuries

Exhibit traces the clashes with Presbyterian and Reformed Church missions and governments and the Catholic Church from Cuba to Latin America.


Summers in Montreat

Youth Clubs & Camps

Youth Clubs have existed in Montreat for more than a century. Camp Montreat also operated from the mid-1920s through the mid-1960s. Come learn their interesting history and hear first-person recollections of clubs and camps.


C.S. Lewis, the Inklings, & Friends

C.S. Lewis: Influence and Relevance Today

Exhibit explores the life of C.S. Lewis and his works. It features a wardrobe like that of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardobe, as well as first edition copies of Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia, J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy, and Dorothy Sayers' Lord Peter Wimsey detective novels.

Selected CS Lewis Conference Lectures/Interviews, plus Walk Through Video of Exhibit

Pictures from November Conference

Open, through August

Child Labor Campaign

Alexander McKelway & Photos of Lewis Hine

This exhibit explores the first successful federal campaign to regulate child labor. Led by Presbyterian Rev. Alexander McKelway & photographer Lewis Hine, this campaign exposed unsafe working conditions that children faced in textile mills and other industries.

Open until September Virtual Exhibit