The Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum, located in Spartanburg, South Carolina, is a cultural and educational institution that celebrates the contributions of African-American history and culture. Named after Alta Bertha Lee Strickland, a distinguished African-American educator who devoted her life to improving her community, the Museum was founded in 2012. Its mission is to preserve and exhibit artifacts that showcase African-American history and culture while providing educational programs and hosting exhibitions that demonstrate the value of African-American contributions to the U.S. and beyond. Through art, artifacts, and interactive exhibits, visitors can engage in an informative experience that celebrates the richness of African-American culture. The Museum seeks to educate visitors on the history and accomplishments of African-Americans by highlighting the struggles and successes of various leaders, activists, and prominent figures. The Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum serves as an invaluable resource in the Spartanburg community and beyond, offering a enriching, educational experience for all who visit.