Andrew Jackson, a Majority of One

March 26, 4 p.m., $15 per person

Written by Judy Simpson Cook, performed by Bob Hook

It is nearing midnight on Andrew Jackson’s last night in office. He is old, he is tired, he is ill. But his passion for his young country has not dimmed. On this night, he has invited a few friends to visit.

After a cheerful greeting and a toast to the country, he regales them with tales of his exploits and adventures. Known as Old Hickory, he fought the British, he fought the Spanish, he fought the Congress – oh, how he fought the Congress – but above all, he fought to ensure that his United States of America would remain that way – united.


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Open by appointment for groups. Hope to be open on Saturdays soon! Call us to schedule your group. 704.843.1832

Our vision is a dynamic community of people from many backgrounds and cultures thriving together in The Waxhaws, across the country, and around the world.
Our mission is to help build that community by engaging people in our full history, celebrating its successes, acknowledging its failures, and seeking reconciliation and inclusion in the present.

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We offer unique indoor and outdoor environments for weddings, special parties, corporate functions, meetings, concerts, or any other special event. Learn more.

  • Main Museum Special Event Room: This room offers a large flexible room with an enclosed glass porch facing the Museum Grounds and a catering kitchen. Capacity varies with event type.
  • Auditorium/Theater: This space seats 91.
  • Outdoor Stage
  • Exterior Grounds and Outdoor Stage: Limited to 500 people. Port-a-Potty rental available.
  • Gold Panning

Admission:

  • Adults: $10.00
  • Children 6-12: $5.00
  • Seniors: $8.00
  • Children 5 and under: free
Visiting Guidelines:
  • Visitors must be accompanied by a tour guide to see the interior of the buildings.
  • The museum grounds are not part of the public parks system. Paying admission is required in order to walk around the grounds unless as allowed during special events.
  • Professional/Commercial Photography is prohibited.
  • For safety reasons, the museum grounds are closed to the public when the museum is closed.  Recreational walking, hiking, and running, etc., are NOT allowed on the grounds.
  • Pets are not allowed on the grounds.

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The Museum of the Waxhaws and Andrew Jackson Memorial are administered by the Andrew Jackson Historical Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining a repository for the collection of artifacts and other resource materials that focus on the history of the Waxhaw region and Andrew Jackson.

Our fiscal year begins the end of June. You can contribute at any time as an individual, family, or business. We are always seeking sponsors to help fund our Museum. Your contribution allows us to share local history and cultural experiences with people of all ages throughout our region.