The Hezekiah Alexander House is one of the best example of historic preservation in Mecklenburg County, and one of the best examples in the region. Solving the Rock House Mysteries explores historic preservation through the specific example of the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite.
While a tour of the rock house allows visitors to step back in time, Solving the Rock House Mysteries answers many of questions about the history of the house beyond the Alexanders’ time there, through to the 1960s restoration, and up to the present.
The Rock House, as the Alexander House is called, was meticulously restored by preservation architects and craftsmen drawing on construction materials and techniques used in the mid-1700s and furnished by meticulously chosen antiques from the region and period.
Continuing Exhibition. Tuesday- Saturday.
Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Adults: $10/Children (6-17): $7/Children under 6: Free/Members: Free.
3500 Shamrock Dr., Charlotte, NC, 28215