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. A diorama portrays the Lexington railroad system. 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