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Living History and Open Air
Regional: North America: United States: Virginia: Arts and Entertainment
Regional: North America: United States: Virginia: Society and Culture: History
Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site
- Interprets history of the 1860-1870 period, focusing on the Civil War defenses of Washington, D.C., Fort Ward as a military site, wartime Alexandria, and the experiences of Alexandrians during the Union occupation of the city.
Gadsby's Tavern Museum
- Consists of two buildings, a c.1785 tavern and the 1792 City Hotel. Includes a history of the buildings, highlights of the collections and exhibits, programs, tours, admission rates, and directions to the location in Alexandria, Virginia.
Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
- Dedicated to interpreting the art, history and culture of the area. Offers five exhibition galleries and Glen Burnie, the home of Winchester's founder, James Wood. Includes details of the gallery. Located in Winchester, Virginia.
- Displays exhibits on James River transportation, the Civil War, Native American artifacts, school life, theater, furniture, and photographs.
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