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The Virginia Quilt Museum is a must go for all Quilters. Even though it is very small you will get... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
a76eagle
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Merrimack, New Hampshire
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Many beautiful works of art on display. Plucks at your imagination and reminds you of the past... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
wrld2visit
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Luray, Virginia
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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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Reviewed 6 days ago

The Virginia Quilt Museum is a must go for all Quilters. Even though it is very small you will get a great look at what is happening in th area.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

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Reviewed July 15, 2018 via mobile

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

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Reviewed July 5, 2018

I went to see the special "Moon Shot" exhibit. I was very impressed with the care taken for the display. I was impressed with the entire museum. There were lots of good examples of different kinds of quilting throughout. The displays were well labeled and...More

Thank Bucky D
Reviewed June 16, 2018

We were hoping for more civil was era quilts. Instead they displayed one "famous" quilter and how she influenced modern quilters. All very attractive.

Thank Kris1951
Reviewed May 12, 2018

Museum is not far from I-81 in an interesting, older building. Parking is available in the rear if you prefer to not park on the street. Large quilts on display. Quilting supplies available in their museum shop which does not require an admission. They also...More

Thank Nancy K
Reviewed May 8, 2018

Worth a visit. They had a contemporary exhibit of quilts from two African-American groups and an exhibit of older quilts.

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Reviewed January 3, 2018

Displays of very nice craftsmanship of quilt making and a lot of old sewing machines; however when we visited there were a lot of items that were called modernistic ? quilts which were everything but. Staff was extremely pleasant.

Thank Merrymonk
Reviewed December 23, 2017

On this annual visit to Harrisonburg I went with cousins to this museum. Price was $5 and my retired military cousin got in free. The building was the court house at one time and there is a small room that was a jail cell at...More

Thank JLDC
Reviewed December 17, 2017

We enjoyed looking at all the various quilts and on the third floor, textile art (which seemed a bit weaker an exhibit.) I particularly enjoyed the first floor exhibition (back in October) of modern quilts and the negative space concept. Downstairs was work by a...More

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