Come meet the only Egyptian mummy in North Carolina! Located in Historic Downtown Statesville, Iredell Museums' Court Street Gallery will showcase the highlight of their collection, a 3000 year old Egyptian mummy.
Families can explore the culture and history of the 22nd Dynasty, uncover the mystery of mummification in the hands-on CSI Lab, and meet Kasra the Dromedary Camel in "The Mummy Treasure of Al Faiyum."
Every Saturday, join Iredell Museums for Mummy and Me! Programs are for kids of all ages 1 - 100 and are included in the cost of Admission thanks to a Wells Fargo Foundation Grant.
Mummy and Me Program Schedule
May 28: Tipcat - Egyptian Baseball
June 4: Cat Mummies
June 11: Toothpick Pyramids
June 18: Water Bottle Cuffs
June 25: Papyrus Paper
July 2: Build a Shaduf
July 9: Paint an Amulet
July 16: Popsicle Stick Crocodiles
SUMMER CAMPS OFFERED THIS SUMMER
Iredell Museums is hosting 2 Summer Camps this Summer! Check under the Calendar of Events for more info!
Iredell Museums is a non-profit organization in Statesville, North Carolina with two locations to serve your educational and cultural needs and programs for all ages. From living history at Gregory Creek Homestead, to rotating art, science and history exhibits at 134 Court Street, there is something for the whole family!
Margaret has her own website! Click the picture below to visit her!
Margaret the Mummy now has a GoFundMe page! Please click the button below to donate today and be a part of our exhibit "The Mummy Treasure of Al Faiyum"!
Located at 134 Court Street in downtown Statesville, our Gallery is our main office of operations. Our current exhibit is "The Mummy Treasure of Al Faiyum," open now through September 2017. We are open to the public Wednesday - Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 1-5. We are also open for field trips and special tours. For more information on these programs, please contact Angel Johnston, Educational Program Coordinator, at email@example.com. For all other inquiries, please call the museum at 704-873-7347.
Gregory Creek Homestead, located at 1335 Museum Rd, is our heritage site and winds through a 27 acre site, that also serves as our environmental education site. We hold all our living history days at our cabins. We have 9 cabins gathered there: a one-story cabin, a two-story cabin, a livestock barn, a forge, a smokehouse, a corn crib, a mother-in-law's cabin, an open barn, and a schoolhouse. The grounds are open to explore. Cabins are open for special events. Please check our calendar for living history dates.