The new, improved and expanded Gregg Museum now occupies N.C. State University’s old Historic Chancellor’s Residence at 1903 Hillsborough St. The new building is attached at its east end. It opens to the public on Aug. 26.
The new, improved and expanded Gregg Museum now occupies N.C. State University’s old Historic Chancellor’s Residence at 1903 Hillsborough St. The new building is attached at its east end. It opens to the public on Aug. 26. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
The new, improved and expanded Gregg Museum now occupies N.C. State University’s old Historic Chancellor’s Residence at 1903 Hillsborough St. The new building is attached at its east end. It opens to the public on Aug. 26. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

Take an early look inside the $9.5M makeover of NC State’s Gregg Museum

August 18, 2017 10:17 AM