The Heritage Museum's excellent exhibits depict the history of the Rockingham County and Harrisonburg area; an electric map highlighting Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign of 1862; a distinctive Shenandoah Valley folk art collection; an extensive genealogy library with guides to assist your research; a bookstore with a unique selection including local interest, Civil War history and family research. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm (Seasonal Sundays 1-5pm).
Featured Exhibit: Hopkins Family Civil War Letters - Recently discovered letters found during the renovation of the Hopkins family ancestral home in McGaheysville, VA reveals stories of family life and war.
The 19th Century historic Cromer-Trumbo House, furnished with decorative arts and antiques from the Mary Spitzer Etter collection, will be open for group tours by appointment.
Come visit the Valley's "Best-Kept Secret" and learn why so many visitors leave saying, "I had no idea!"
Admission Fee: Adults $5, Children Free
Last Updated: 12/14/2012 11:46 AM