Day Admission for Two, Four, or Six to The Heritage Museum (Up to 56% Off)

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Vast collection of artifacts illustrates the history of the Shenandoah Valley

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  • $9 for day admission for two adults ($16 value)
  • $16 for day admission for four adults ($32 value)
  • $21 for day admission for six adults ($48 value)

Groupon customers will also receive a discount on an annual membership to the museum, should they choose to purchase one on the day of their visit.

The Heritage Museum

With a vast collection of artifacts and archives, The Heritage Museum seeks to preserve and share the history of the Shenandoah Valley. Here, you can peruse displays that trace this history back prehistory, Native American settlement, and early American history. Local residents and visiting researchers can even chart their genealogy with help from a researcher at the museum's library.

  • The Building: The 14,000-square-foot building's exterior was built to look like a 19th-century farmstead.

  • Eye Catcher: The electric map that traces Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign in 1862 was first created by local department store employees for the Centennial Commission in 1962, making it an artifact itself. It was shown in downtown Harrisburg for decades.

  • Permanent Mainstay: In Invincible Spirit: History in the Heart of the Shenandoah, guests go back in time as they examine Native American artifacts, explore a replica of a 19th-century potter's kiln, and read stories about the Civil War's impact on local residents.

  • Past Exhibit: Civil War Letters displayed a trove of letters and Confederate cash found during the restoration of an historic home. The letters, written in 1863 and 1864, tell tales of struggle, battle, and romance. They are now part of the museum's archives.

  • While You’re in the Neighborhood: Next door to the museum is the historic Cromer-Trumbo House, built in the early 1800s. It holds period pieces such as household items, toys, and decor. The Silver Lake Mill and Fort Harrison are also located within walking distance.

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Steven W November 30, 2016
"Great Local Museum"
I saw a brochure for this museum when I stayed at the Stonewall Jackson Inn in nearby Harrisonburg. What intrigued me was their electric map depicting Jackson's 1862 Valley Campaign. The map gives a good overview of the campaign and gives visitors a good visual idea of the vastness of th... Read More
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looking4birds October 16, 2016
"Amazing, local museum"
While visiting the Harrisonburg, VA area, we ended up with an open afternoon. We found a brochure for this museum at the Green Valley Book Fair site. It is an amazing, local museum. Much of it is underground. Unlike many Cilvil War themed museums, this one takes you back to Ice Age in the ... Read More
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Rebeljan September 20, 2016
"Wonderful History Lesson"
We are a group of five; 2 from Maryland, 2 from Kentucky, and 1 from Tennessee spending two weeks in the Luray, Virginia area. Today we drove from Luray to Dayton, Virginia to visit The Heritage Museum. One member of our group loves the history of the this area. This museum has an elect... Read More
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