Strasburg Museum - painting by Bill McClanahan
Strasburg Museum, Inc. (a chartered,
non-profit educational corporation) is an all-volunteer-staffed repository of items reflecting local history.
The Museum is also a Registered Historic Landmark. Read more
Address: 440 East King Street in Strasburg, Virginia.
Open Daily from May 1 to October 31
Hours - 10:00AM - 4:00PM. (Docents staffed)
Phone number: 540-465-3175
(during open hours only)
PO Box 333, Strasburg, VA 22657
The Gift Shop does not take Debit or Credit Cards!
Come, see, and enjoy the history of a small town in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia!
Admission: $3.00 adults; $1.00 Teens, 50cents children
Celebrating over 250 Years of life in a small town in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia!
Settlers have resided in the beautiful Northern Shenandoah Valley since the 1730s and have left behind a rich heritage. Strasburg, Virginia became well known for its pottery manufacturing, with the first pottery dating back to 1761. At least 17 skilled potters produced earthen and stoneware pottery commercially until just after 1900.
The Strasburg Museum opened to the public as a National Historic Landmark in 1970.
Items on display feature authentic pieces from our local area spanning the Colonial era through the mid twentieth century. These exhibits include:
Check Out Our Quilting Video From County Conversations
Click for Docents Schedules
August 24-September 13, 2014
Become a Member of the Strasburg Museum
Download, Print and Mail in our Membership Form!
The Museum's Train Exhibit will be open Every Saturday!
Please see Photos From Our Model Train Exhibit!
Upcoming Local Events! (at: Chamber Calendar)
Read an Article From The NV Daily on the Historic Bible Presentation
Please New Video From TV 3 News! (View Both Parts)
Read an Article From The NV Daily on How Pot Town Earned The Title
Also Photos From The 2011 Great Train Raid Reenactment
Artists whose work is exhibited in the Strasburg Museum
Virginia Bailes (1904 - 2001)
Carl Granville Brown (1899 - 1988)
Louis M. Crabill (1902 - 1971)
Mort Kunstler (1931 - )
James Tyree Rexrode (1887 -1976)
Roy Philip Updyke (1893 - 1967)
Robert Maphis Wick (1904 - 1978)