Richmond County Museum


In the Historic Northern Neck of Virginia

Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am to 3 pm

Member of Trail Networks:

Virginia Oyster Trail Site Number: 145875

Located in the county seat, in an 1872 building on the Courthouse Green, the museum has a permanent exhibit highlighting the Rappahannock Indians who lived in the area at the time of English settlement. Also featured are exhibits about outstanding individuals, including Moore Fauntleroy (The Immigrant), Francis Lightfoot Lee (Signer of the Declaration of Independence) and Congressman William Atkinson Jones (Author of the Philippine Independence Bill). the Country Store, the Children’s Museum, and the Old Jail’s Hanging Chamber are popular attractions. The museum features a Black History exhibit in February and March each year and special exhibits and events throughout the year.



Contact:

David Jett

Address:
5874 Richmond RD
Warsaw, VA 22572


Sponsors

Virginia Commission for The Arts
Take Home A Piece of Virginia
Virginia is for Lovers

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