Strasburg Museum - painting by Bill McClanahan
The Strasburg Museum
A National Historic Landmark
Opened in 1970.
440 East King Street in Strasburg, Virginia.
Mailing: PO Box 333, Strasburg, VA 22657
Open Weekends (Friday-Sunday)
July 2 to October 31: 10:00AM-4:00PM
Phone number: 540-465-3175
(open hours only)
Admission: Adults: $5.00, Teens: $1.00,
                  Children: 50 cents
The Gift Shop does not take Debit or Credit Cards!

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Celebrating over 250 Years of life in a small town in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia!

MISSION STATEMENT The Strasburg Museum is a 501(c) tax exempt property. Its mission shall be to collect, preserve, and interpret artifacts related to the history and culture of the town of Strasburg and surrounding areas. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Museum's Gloria Stickley awarded "Best Community Volunteer" by the Northern Virginia Daily's 2021 Best Of Awards poll for Shenandoah County ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Items on display feature authentic pieces from our local area spanning the Colonial era through the mid twentieth century. These exhibits include:
  • A genuine red caboose that can be toured
  • A large collection of original Strasburg pottery
  • A working model railroad depicting Strasburg and the Southern Railway in the 1930s
  • An old country store display
  • Civil War articles
  • Colonial and Victorian style rooms
  • Historic local photographs
  • Native American Artifacts

  • Artifact Donations:
    Donation Information & Guidlines

    Donation Application Form
    John Adamson, a long time member and friend of the Museum, passed away at his home on November 19, 2021.
    For many years, John served on the Board of Directors, and, was the Museum's Vice President alongside the late Gloria Stickely who was President of the museum for 12 years. John had a great interest in the history of Strasburg and the surrouding Shenandoah Valley. One of his main focuses was on documenting the many barns in the valley. John was a great asset to the Museum and all of the other endeavors he was involved in.
    Here is a link to his obituary at the Stover Funeral Home.

    Video: Strasburg Museum Raw Photography and Drone Footage, June 7, 2020 Click to View