Miller's House Museum
The Miller’s House Museum is dedicated to interpreting the industrial & transportation history of the Lexington area by celebrating the roads, rivers and rails that served a now extinct industrial complex on Jordan’s Point north of the city. The Miller’s House, built in the early 1800s, is the only remaining structure at this once vibrant area developed by John Jordan, who operated a furnace, a forge and the covered toll bridge that spanned the North (Maury) River.
Open Saturdays and Sundays 1pm - 4pm. Special tours and school groups by appointment.
834 Stono Lane, Lexington, VA 24450540-460-3111