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The Manassas Museum System

9101 Prince William Street, Manassas, VA 20110, USA

The museum interprets the history and material culture of Manassas and the northern Virginia Piedmont region. Exhibits depict early settlement and plantation life, the building of the railroad junction, the Battles of First and Second Manassas, and the region's post-Civil War reconstruction. The museum system also includes a restored earthwork fortification built by General Beauregard as part of his defense of Manassas Junction.


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From I-66 east take exit 47 to Virginia 234 south. Proceed south about 3 miles; bear right, following Route 234. Enter Old Town area, travel under the railroad overpass, then turn left at the stoplight (Prince William Street). Proceed to the top of the hill. Museum is on the right. I-66 west from Washington, D.C., take exit 53; then travel 7.5 miles on Route 28 south. Then follow signs.

Visitor Services

Public rest rooms, information, handicapped access, gift shop (a 10 percent discount for CWPT members), museum, walking and driving tours.

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Admission Fee

Adults $3.00, children $2.00, seniors $2.00, groups $2.00/person.


Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.; Closed: Monday



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