Fort Valley Museum

A bright and welcoming community museum depicting Fort Valley’s history with permanent and changing exhibits in two buildings.

Saturdays 1 to 4 PM Sundays 2 to 5 PM Memorial Weekend through the last weekend in October

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Exhibits include: The Church, The One-room School; the story of Fort Valley during the later years of the Civil War, 1863-1865, Seven Fountains Resort (1850-1888), Fort Valley’s Manganese Mines (1850-1927), The Home, Handicrafts, The Farm, The Country Store, Music in the Fort, plus the special exhibit of local valley pottery donated in 2012. Buildings: In addition to The Old Brick Church of 1830 (our original Museum building), the Trinity Brethren Church on Dry Run Road has recently become a part of the Museum. This lovely old (1904) church is open to the public by special request, and currently houses a religious and organizational history of the Fort.


Debbi Dellinger




8631 Fort Valley Rd.
Fort Valley, VA 22652

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