Virginia Museum of the Civil War-New Market Battlefield State Historical Park

Virginia Museum of the Civil War, New Market, VA
Stained Slab Glass Window Wall, 1971
Bushong Farm, New Market Battlefield
Virginia Museum of the Civil War, New Market, VA
8895 George Collins Parkway
New Market, VA 22844
Region Shenandoah Valley
Locality Shenandoah
Toll Free: (866) 515-1864
Phone2: (540) 740-3101
Fax: (540) 740-3033

The Virginia Museum of the Civil War (VMCW) interprets the 1864 Battle of New Market with emphasis on the role of Virginia Military Institute Cadets and the Civil War in Virginia. Part of Virginia Military Institute museums which includes the VMCW, V.M.I. Museum and the Stonewall Jackson House. VMCW is a National Historic Landmark accredited by the American Association of Museums.  Featured items are artifacts, dioramas and the Emmy-winning film "Field of Lost Shoes" shown daily on the hour. The General's Store has a wide variety of regional products and an excellent book selection. Site of the state-certified Shenandoah Valley Tourist Information Center, which displays local and regional brochures. Admission Fee: Adults $10; Senior (Age 65+) $9; Youth (Age 6-12) $6.00; Children 5 & under free. Some discount rates available. Museum and grounds are open from 9 AM - 5PM (closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Day). Directions: Take Exit 264 off I-81 onto Rt. 211 West. Take the immediate right onto Rt. 305 (George Collins Memorial Parkway) and follow to the end of the road. (about 1 mile). The destinctive metal rotunda of the Virginia Museum of the Civil War is visible on your left . GPS coordinates [38 39' 42.64 N and 78 40' 14.45"]

Museum will be closed Dec. 13-Jan. 9, 2015 for renovations.

Admission Fee: See museum website []

Last Updated: 12/12/2014 11:41 AM
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