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Museum of Culpeper History

803 South Main Street, Culpeper, VA 22701, USA  | More on: Brandy Station » | Cedar Mountain »

The museum's campus includes a 4,000 square-foot Colonial Williamsburg-designed brick facility that houses the primary exhibit galleries, museum, gift shop, and offices. In addition, visitors can enjoy the Burgandine House, a fully restored eighteenth-century log cabin, and a working American Indian village. The grounds are complemented by ample green space for picnicking and outdoor programs and a spacious parking area with a highly visible location on Main Street.


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From I-66 take Route 29 south to Culpeper. Take Route 3 exit (Fredericksburg, Culpeper), turning right onto Route 3. Continue to second stoplight (Business 29/Main Street) and turn right at intersection. Continue for 0.3 mile, turning right onto Mason Street. Museum is on your right. From I-64 take Route 29 north to fourth Culpeper exit (Route 3/Fredericksburg, Culpeper) turn left onto Route 3 and follow directions above. From I-95 take Route 3 west to Culpeper. Turn right on Business 29/ Main Street. Continue for 0.3 mile, turning right onto Mason Street. Museum is on your right.

Visitor Services

Public rest rooms, gift shop, information, handicapped access.

Available Interpretation

Guided tours (by appointment only)

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Admission Fee

Children (18 and under) free, Culpeper Residents free, out of town adult visitors $3.00


Monday-Saturday: 10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Sunday: 1:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M.



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