Museums in Harrisonburg


Virginia Discovery Museum: 4 or 10 Groupons, Each Good for Admission for One to Virginia Discovery Museum (50% Off)

4 or 10 Groupons, Each Good for Admission for One to Virginia Discovery Museum (50% Off)

Virginia Discovery Museum

Charlottesville

Interactive children's museum features such hands-on activities as a mini Panera Bread, a frontier cabin, a post office, and a bee hive

$6 $3

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Ash Lawn-Highland: Visit to Home of President James Monroe for Two or Four at Ash Lawn-Highland (Up to 43% Off)

Visit to Home of President James Monroe for Two or Four at Ash Lawn-Highland (Up to 43% Off)

Ash Lawn-Highland

Charlottesville

Residence of President James Monroe features tours of the home and estate that illuminate 18th- and 19th-century living

$28 $16

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Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum: $10 for Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum Entry for Two ($16 Value)

$10 for Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum Entry for Two ($16 Value)

Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

Shanenadoah Valley Discovery Museum

Covering everything from dinosaurs to gardening, the museum is a place for children to exercise their brains in a fun-filled environment

$16 $10

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George C. Marshall Museum: Admission for Two or Four and Credit at the Gift Shop at George C. Marshall Museum (55% Off)

Admission for Two or Four and Credit at the Gift Shop at George C. Marshall Museum (55% Off)

George C. Marshall Museum

Lexington

Parents: children under twelve are always free, so bring the kids!

$20 $9

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Avoca Museum & Historical Society: Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Avoca Museum & Historical Society (Up to 53% Off)

Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Avoca Museum & Historical Society (Up to 53% Off)

Avoca Museum & Historical Society

Altavista

During 90-minute tours, explore a restored 1901 mansion whose grounds include six other historical buildings and a family cemetery

$10 $6

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Morven Park: Historical Mansion and Carriage Museum Tour for Two or Four at Morven Park (Up to 48% Off)

Historical Mansion and Carriage Museum Tour for Two or Four at Morven Park (Up to 48% Off)

Morven Park

Leesburg

A historical interpreter leads tours through a Greek revival mansion filled with art before showcasing a collection of horse-drawn carriages

$20 $11

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The Valentine: The Valentine Outing for Two or Individual or Family Membership (Up to 51% Off)

The Valentine Outing for Two or Individual or Family Membership (Up to 51% Off)

The Valentine

Richmond

More than 1.7 million objects & artifacts inspire guests to examine Richmond history & members enjoy discounts & special events

$20 $11

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  • Virginia Discovery Museum
    Virginia Discovery Museum delights kids with interactive exhibits. For example, at a miniature Panera Bread stocked with toy food, tots can don real Panera aprons and take orders. They also pick fruit in an interactive play orchard, and go back in time and play in a log cabin from the 1700?s. For a brush with real nature, they can even observe bee behavior at the museum's enclosed hive.
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    524 E Main St
    Charlottesville, VA US
  • Monticello
    Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello, evolved with him as he followed his storied career path, from author of the Declaration of Independence to third president of the United States. The home's evolution was quite literal: Jefferson had it constantly redesigned and rebuilt over the course of more than four decades. Today, the neoclassical mansion and its lush gardens, situated on 2,500 acres of Jefferson's plantation, remain perfectly preserved and open to the public. As they tour the premises, visitors learn about Jefferson's role in history, from his early days in Virginia's government to his key role in the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Along the way, they pick up fun historical factoids, too, such as Jefferson's preferred dinnertime?3 p.m.
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    931 Thomas Jefferson Parkway,Charlottesville
    Charlottesville, VA US
  • Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
    The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley includes 6 acres of lush gardens and a purpose-built museum facility designed by architect Michael Graves. Visitors can marvel at the exterior of the Glen Burnie Historic House as they explore the unique design and languid paths of the public gardens, which knit together the stately Grand Allée, the mini Hidden Garden, and a tranquil water garden that flooded the original garden of old chia pets. The museum showcases four main galleries, displaying Valley memorabilia, a Civil War exhibition, and a collections of miniature houses and rooms, paintings, furniture, and portraiture dating to the mid-eighteenth century to the formerly private collection of benefactor Julian Wood Glass Jr.
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    901 Amherst St
    Winchester, VA US
  • Shanenadoah Valley Discovery Museum
    Kids learn all there is to know about art, science, history, and over-the-head lightbulb maintenance at Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum. Covering everything from dinosaurs to gardening, the museum is a place for children to exercise their brains in a fun-filled environment. Size: four stories, including the roof, and big enough to contain dozens of imaginations on each floor Eye catcher: an elephant-size triceratops peers over the shoulders of the ticket takers on the ground floor Permanent mainstay: Leonardo's Corner gives little ones the chance to explore their creativity with hands-on art projects Don't miss: the giant climbing maze that exercises both body and mind
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    19 West Cork Street
    Winchester, VA US
  • Point of Honor
    A bugle boomed with a brash moan that bordered on shrill, as if the metal it was made of were on the verge of shattering like glass. Its player drew a sideward glance to his wife, whose neck was contorted in the throes of a visceral shriek as she slammed a wooden spoon against the tin washbasin. Darkness was giving way to the orange of morning on June 18, 1864, and the Union's Major General David Hunter was presumably within earshot. The clamor of Lynchburg's citizens was their first defense, making the Confederate forces sound larger and stronger than they actually were. It was a smart move, as Hunter eventually retreated because he believed he was outnumbered. The concise Confederate victory preserved many historical sites in Lynchburg, which had been the United States’ second wealthiest city per capita before the Civil War devastated the economy. Today, the Lynchburg Museum traces the stories of the region, from the cannons and flags of the Civil War to a flight suit worn by hometown astronaut Leland Melvin. More than 20,000 artifacts are housed within the former Lynchburg courthouse, which was built in the Greek Revival style in 1855, replete with architectural details including fluted Doric columns and a pedimented portico inspired by the Parthenon. Less than a mile away, Point of Honor accommodates guests within the re-created plantation kitchen of the restored Federal-period mansion built in 1815 by Dr. George Cabell Sr., friend to both Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson. Guests can peer out at a vista of the James River before exploring the Medicine in Early Virginia exhibit, which highlights tools and methods practiced by Dr. Cabell such as giving patients colds in order to cure their rickets.
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    112 Cabell St
    Lynchburg, VA US
  • Avoca Museums & Historical Society
    The Avoca Museum & Historical Society was once the site of the Revolutionary-era home of Colonel Charles Lynch and the centerpiece of a sprawling plantation. Today, it houses native artifacts and Civil War memorabilia curated to preserve local history. Size: 54 acres of land, including the sprawling Victorian house Eye Catcher: the main house, an American Queen Anne?style home built in 1901 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places; the interior has been lovingly restored to appear as it did in its heyday Permanent Exhibits: the replica of the 1880 cabin that originally stood on the site, including a rope bed and stone fireplace Don't Miss: the family graveyard?as well as a graveyard for the plantation's slaves?stand as a reminder of the land's history and provide some information about what African American life was like before the Civil War Pro Tip: the Avoca Museum is a popular wedding venue, so check the website's homepage or call ahead to make sure it's not closed for a private event
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    1514 Main St
    Altavista, VA US

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