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Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia

Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia

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Staunton
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  • Ryan
    RyanNovember 23, 2015
    Surprised by how extensive and informative this place is. I'd love to go back.
  • Reaux P.
    Reaux PackardSeptember 24, 2014
    A surprisingly expansive museum with some incredibly authentic buildings. A great trip! And on a hot day, a lot of these "primitive" houses dwellings stay cool without air conditioning! :P
  • Michelle S.
    Michelle SawyerSeptember 20, 2014
    Good times tastes and traditions
  • Andrew R.
    Andrew RakerAugust 13, 2014
    Make sure to stop by the Native American village being built. It's a great way to see how their communities were built, since it's a work in progress now.
  • Forest P.
    Forest PavelNovember 15, 2013
    Avoid coming on field trip days.
  • Denise B.
    Denise BrooksOctober 21, 2013
    Spooky Tales presentation was fantastic! Great actors and tours of a few of the homes. Highly recommended for any age!
  • Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia
    Join us for Ancestral Skills and Historic Trades and see how cooking was done on the Native American site as well as flint-knapping, smelting iron in a bloomery, and much more!
  • Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia
    Come out and see "The New Kids on the Block" at our West African site. They love to eat bamboo!
  • Kellie R.
    Kellie RathDecember 8, 2011
    The homemade fudge is FANTASTIC. It makes a great christmas present for anyone who loves chocolate.
  • Aiden K.
    Aiden KirchnerSeptember 13, 2011
    Rich in history & different cultures. Houses from different countries. They teach you about history from other countries. My favorite is the German history because my dad was born in Germany.
  • DJ P.
    DJ PattersonOctober 1, 2010
    Oktoberfest October 2nd!
  • Mike
    MikeMay 4, 2010
    Wear old shoes and old clothes. They "pave" their paths with tar covered with dirt, and it cakes the bottom of your shoes, and easily gets on your clothes!
  • Katie M.
    Katie McCaskeyFebruary 15, 2010
    Walk through the homes of Scot-Irish and other settlers. Note: museum has goats clearing the invasive grasses. Be sure to check out the blacksmith demonstration. Read more
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