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The Commonwealth is proud to call the Virginia Quilt Museum its official quilt museum. Nestled in the heart of Harrisonburg's downtown historic district, the Museum is considered a resource center for the study of quilts and their place in the...more
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We stayed overnight in Harrisonburg so that I could visit the quilt museum. Being a quilter I am fascinated by the beautiful work of quilters through the centuries. This museum has the most wonderful displays of old and modern quilts in a range of rooms...More
There is parking behind the museum. There are 6 or 7 spaces devoted to the museum but a huge free lot behind that. The building interested my husband as much as the quilts interested me. It was fun to look at them and appreciate how...More
One of the main attractions in the city. Visiting this museum reminded me of my grandmothers quilting days in setting the frame around the dining room table. Quilting is such a beautiful art and to think of the time and delicate work that goes into...More
If you love quilts, you'll really enjoy this place. Even if you don't, you'll still enjoy and be amazed at the displays! Knowledgeable, helpful staff. Three stories. The basement featured quilt displays & told a little history about the house and those who lived there....More
Visited the quilt museum and was impressed by the variety and presentation of the quilts from the past. Great visit as all questions answered. Good place to pick up patterns and literature.
Recommend a visit.
The staff were so friendly and knowledgeable they answered all my questions. I felt like I was in a private home just wandering around looking at all of the beautiful rooms and the decor and oh yeah - the Quilts! It was a lovely way...More
Many beautiful works of art on display. Plucks at your imagination and reminds you of the past. Vignettes are ever changing but a lot of stairs to see it all. Would not recommend for a large group as some areas are narrow. A small gift...More
What more can I say. Even my husband was impressed. The work produced here is inspiring and beautifully made. Over 3 floors, it displays work made by local people. The top floor (when we were there) was dedicated to the 50th Anniversary of the first...More