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Virginia Museum of the Civil war museum-homeschool day

The Virginia Museum of the Civil War | March 26, 2022

An HEAV Sponsored Event

Join the Virginia Museum of the Civil War for History Day: 250 Years of Shenandoah County History.

This event is open to all families seeking a day of fun, exploration, and learning. There will be hands-on activities for all ages. Join the Army and learn to drill, enjoy 19th-century games and crafts, watch the Emmy-award winning film, Field of Lost Shoes, take a guided tour through the battlefield, learn 19th-century foodways and much more.

Visit our partner agency booths and pick up classroom information about Valley ecology and history. Visit the General’s Store for a great selection of books and other items to further your educational goals as well as souvenirs of your visit. Come and have fun for the day and make memories for a lifetime.

We are celebrating the 250th Birthday of Shenandoah County. Take some time after History Day to explore all that downtown New Market has to offer.

Additional Details:

The discounted admission rate of $5.00 per person is ONLY AVAILABLE to those that have preregistered. Payment is due at the time of registration.

Pre-registration is open from February 7- March 23, 2022. Admission at the door is $8/person, ages 13 and up and $6/person, ages 6 to 12.

Contact the Virginia Museum of the Civil War at 866-515-1864 for more information.

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Location:

Virginia Museum of the Civil War
8895 George Collins Parkway, New Market, VA 22844

Date:

Monday, March 26, 2022
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost:

Pre-registered only:
$5/person. Payment is due at the time of registration.
At door:
$8/person, ages 13 and up $6/person, ages 6 to 12

Registration:

Contact the Virginia Museum of the Civil War at 866-515-1864.  Pre-registration is REQUIRED to get the special rate. Visit the website.

Directions:

  • Take Exit 264 off I-81 onto Rt 211 West.
  • Take immediate right onto Rt 305 (George Collins Pkwy)
  • Continue north up the road and underneath a Commonwealth of Virginia sign overhead.
  • The circular Virginia Museum of the Civil War building is located at the end of the parkway.
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