Gregory Creek Homestead
Check back soon for upcoming 2016 Living History Events!
Hours: Open for special events and school field trips
Admission: Varies by event or program
1335 Museum Road
Directly across from the Homestead, visitors can hike the Nature Trail year round. The Nature Trail encompasses a native ridge trail and what may be the last remaining wildflower site in the city. Visitors are asked to leave flowers and plants undisturbed for others to enjoy. Adjoining the Nature Trail is access to one of the City of Statesville Greenway paths.
Visitors to Gregory Creek events can experience life as it was lived in the early days of Iredell County. The site includes a two-story log house, one-room cabin, smoke house, corn crib, blacksmith shop, privy, barn, and herb garden, along with an adjacent one-room schoolhouse.
Take I-40 to Exit 150 (two exits west of the I-77 & I-40 interchange)
Travel north on Hwy 115 to Chipley Ford Road. Turn right on Chipley Ford. Turn right onto Museum Road and follow to museum site. Heritage Farmstead is on left, and the parking lot is on right.
134 Court Street
134 Court Street is located in downtown Statesville. Our current exhibit is "The Mummy Treasure of Al Faiyum." 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 Egypt's 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."
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 AM - 5 PM
Admission: $6 per person plus tax
134 Court Street
Take I-77 to Exit 50 (one exit south of the I-77 & I-40 interchange)
Travel west on East Broad Street to downtown Statesville. Turn left onto Meeting Street. Gallery is one block on the left at the corner of Court & Meeting Streets.