1290 S Main St
Woodstock, VA 22664
Phone: (540) 459-4086
Fax: (540) 459-4043
1290 S Main St, Woodstock, VA, US, 22664
- Phone: (540) 459-4086
- Fax: (540) 459-4043
Arts & Museums
Shenandoah Germanic Heritage Museum is owned and operated by the Keller Homestead. The place is actually a house that is spread over a vast area of land. The museum stores artifacts and monuments from the past era. Besides, the house in which the museum is located is worth a visit for its architectural detailing. Entry to the museum is free for everyone, however, the place is open only by appointment on weekdays. To know more about the museum, check the website.
American Celebration on Parade is Shenandoah Valley
The Museum of American Presidents is a popular museum located in the heart of the city. As the name suggests, the museum hosts items that belonged to the presidents. On display here are items such as furniture, documents, hand-written letters and memorabilia. Although small, the museum is a big crowd puller and pleaser. Who wouldn't want to see what was once the property of the greatest men in the world! Call for more information.
Built in the late 1800's, the Strasburg Museum an important historical site. It is located in the old Railroad Station. The museum is basically about life in the 19th century in Strasburg. There is the historical part of the museum where you learn about the facts and culture of Strasburg in the 19th century, and an exhibit on steam pottery which is famous in Strasburg. Events are also held here occasionally.
The Stonewall Jackson Museum at Hupp’s Hill is a museum dedicated to the battle at Hupp's Hill. Every year there is a re-enactment of the battle scene and lots of people take part in it. The museum also has exhibits of some of the arms and ammunition that were used for the battle. A lot of historical and cultural facts can be learned here about Virginia and Strasburg. Check website for further details.
A part of the Luray Caverns, the Luray Valley Museum consists of a number of restored buildings within the cave. Besides, the museum also houses handicraft artworks and other fine arts dating back to ancient times. The Luray Valley Museum is included in the guided tour that is conducted by the tourist authorities of the cave. If you are planning to explore famed ancient marvel, ensure that you take a peek into the Luray Valley Museum as well to get an insight into the history of the place.
Founded and operated by the Warren Rifles Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy, this museum contains an excellent collection of arms, battle flags, uniforms and accouterments, cavalry equipment, rare documents and pictures, and other personal and domestic items once owned by noted Civil War figures.