1302 Richmond Ave.
Staunton, VA 24401
Phone: (540) 886-5000
Fax: (540) 886-6643
1302 Richmond Ave., Staunton, VA, US, 24401
- Phone: (540) 886-5000
- Fax: (540) 886-6643
Arts & Museums
Frontier Culture Museum is dedicated to telling the stories of the people who have migrated to the this town over the pat several years. You will get to see the history and the long lost traditions of the people who moved to the city ages back. Frontier Culture Museum is a means of reclaiming lost identity of the people. To know more about the place, check the website.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library is a famous landmark in Staunton since it was the place where president Wilson lived. Well-preserved for years, it now acts as a cultural landmark for Virginia. The museum which houses the library chronicles the life and times of Wilson. The library is filled with books used as research guides for students and teachers alike. Visit their website for further information on this historical place.
Nestled in the historic pump house building, this nonprofit community arts center offers first-class exhibits, children's programs, art lectures, theatre trips, and a summer studio. A gift shop is also located on the property.
An official statewide craft center which is dedicated to the work of Virginia artisans and includes a gallery featuring a wide range of traditional and contemporary craft made by over 140 of Virginia's finest craft artists. The center also features state and national exhibits and class programs for a wide range of media and skill levels.
The Plumb House is an important landmark and carries immense significance. The construction of the house began in 1802 and was completed in 1804. Presently, the house site serves as the Plumb Museum, that chronicles and displays collection pertaining to the Plumb Family, Civil War Battle of Waynesboro and local history.
Managed and maintained by the Waynesboro Heritage Foundation, Waynesboro Heritage Museum is one of the important attractions of the city. It displays collections and works that speak of the history of Waynesboro, right from the early settlements to the current modern advent of technology and industries. Every year, it hosts exhibitions that pay tribute to the local culture and heritage. The museum also has an on-site shop, where you can pick up collectibles and souvenirs. You can also visit the Plum House museum of the foundation, located at 1012 West Main Street. For further details, check the website or call ahead.
The Cyrus McCormick Farm Museum was the family farm of inventor Cyrus Hall McCormick. The museum is currently run by the Virginia Agricultural Experimental Station of Virginia Tech. The farm originally covered 532 acres (215 hectares) and the museum was built on five acres (two hectares). Many modern farm equipment got invented here, the notable one was the mechanical reaper. The farm got added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966 and is open to visitors.