A community run museum in the heart of the picturesque Village of Brownsburg. 2018 exhibit "With Their Hands – Crafted in Rockbridge and Augusta Counties, 1750-1900." Free! Opens April. Sat 10am-4pm. Sun 1pm-4pm.
Take Exit #200 (Fairfield). Turn left on Route 724 (Sterrett Road), then left on Route 252 (Brownsburg Turnpike).
Heading north from Lexington, turn left on Route 39 (Maury River Road), then turn right on Route 252 (Brownsburg Turnpike). The museum is located in the green building on your left in the town of Brownsburg.
We are dedicated to the health and safety of our volunteer staff and visitors. We are re-opening according the guidelines set by Governor Ralph Northam’s “Forward Virginia” plan and recommendations from the American Alliance of Museums.
-All volunteers and visitors are required to wear a mask.
-There is no touching of objects in the museum.
-Our staff will sanitize surfaces after each tour.
-For now, Museum visits will be arranged in advance to groups of 10 or fewer people, by calling: Julie Fox at 774-279-9742
-Tours are free and will last no more than an hour.
*These guidelines are subject to change because they are dependent on corona virus data. Please check the website and/or our Facebook page (Brownsburg, Virginia) for the latest information. We look forward to sharing our “country store” with you.
2716 Brownsburg Turnpike, Brownsburg, VA 24415(540) 348-1600