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Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Art
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Art, University
Main gallery in student union is l00 feet x 20 feet for changing exhibitions
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Art, History
House Museum located in (ca. l840-l885) Horace Williams House..
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
History
The Smith Center is home to Carolina athletics and the site of the University of North Carolina's home basketball games. A memorabilia room housing artifacts and trophies from Carolina's rich athletic tradition is located on the 2nd floor of the center
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Planetarium, Science
First major planetarium on a university campus and the first Plantarium in the South. NASA training facility for Mercury, Gemini, Apollo and Skylab astronauts.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Botanical Garden, Science
Native plant habitat collection. Public programs and exhibits offered.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Art, Culture, History, Library, Natural History, University
A public service of the North Carolina Collection, the Gallery is located on the second floor of the Louis Round Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Gallery, which opened in December, 1989, is part of a long history at UNC of utilizing museum objects as educational tools. Over two centuries ago, in 1795, the university's board of trustees appointed the school's first "keeper of the museum," Charles Wilson Harris. Harris was a native of Cabarrus County, N.C.
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