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Strasburg Museum

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440 E King St, Strasburg, VA 22657-2433
+1 540-465-3175
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Lovely step back in time and great find. Thouroughly enjoyed visit here. Came back twice with my... read more

Reviewed May 25, 2017
London, United Kingdom
Outstanding little community history spot.

So much is packed into one level and a wrap around inner balcony. Hurt my eyes to try to gather... read more

Reviewed May 1, 2017
Strasburg, Virginia
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440 E King St, Strasburg, VA 22657-2433
+1 540-465-3175
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Reviewed May 25, 2017

Lovely step back in time and great find. Thouroughly enjoyed visit here. Came back twice with my son.

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Reviewed May 1, 2017

So much is packed into one level and a wrap around inner balcony. Hurt my eyes to try to gather it all in since we didnt leave enough time to really cover it all. BUT, we did hit the right time for the model train...More

Thank Bison2000
Reviewed October 25, 2016

The museum is not very big, but filled with lots of stuff - from World War I & II to Civil Wars, from sewing machines to trains, from quilt to uniforms, to name a few. There are books, pictures, flyers, and the actual antiques, it...More

Thank Waverunner2012
Reviewed August 29, 2016

Where do I start? This place is crammed full of all sorts of Americana that you just don't see anymore, let alone in one place. Items from the Civil War, WWI & WWII, old phone switchboards, beds, dressers, bells from the courthouse; you name it,...More

Thank sturmvogel2016
Reviewed August 25, 2016

Lots of neat things on display. The train set in the train car is a must see. Be advised that there is no air conditioning -- so try to pick a temperate day.

Thank bgrewe22
Reviewed August 1, 2016 via mobile

I love going here it is very educational for adults and children i would recommend for visitors coming into town to come see it and they can learn some about Strasburg history

Thank Jacqueline C
Reviewed July 12, 2016

The smell of oiled metal, the steam, the huge machines; that tall takes me back to my childhood when trains like this were common. Walk among a nice collection of very well kept locomotives and then cross the road and go for a trip in...More

Thank Nol v
Reviewed July 4, 2016

We stopped in to the museum on a quiet Friday afternoon and had the place to ourselves. Be sure to start with the video! Our kids absolutely loved the Caboose outside and the model railway. Stop by on a Saturday to see it in action.

Thank NinjaTwins2013
Reviewed July 2, 2016 via mobile

Particularly enjoyed climbing onto the red caboose. Very charming place, lovingly put together exhibition. Funny to see all the signs which encourage you to smile as you are being filmed on security camera!

Thank HaraldfromBerlin
Reviewed June 28, 2016

If you love trains, you'll love the hand-created train exhibit in an actual train car behind the museum. So many details! Tons of stuff for every interest inside the museum - Native American artifacts, furniture, handcrafts, newspapers, photos, train memorabilia -- basically, all aspects of...More

Thank Pam B
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James C
February 15, 2016|
Response from Nancy J | Reviewed this property |
It's not open in the winter. I think it reopens around May 1 Sorry I can't remember the hours and price