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Discover the Mountain heritage museum in st. paul, va

Centuries of cultural artifacts from the southwest corner of Virginia - from railroads to coal mining - are on display in the heart of St. Paul, along with local and regional artwork. Immerse yourself in the area's colorful and diverse history at the Mountain Heritage Museum. Stroll through the displays and discover the origins of this unique part of America. It is the perfect way to learn more about the Great Appalachian Valley and southwest Virginia in between all the outdoor adventures.
 

Details

Prices -

Free.
 

Hours -

By appointment only.
 

Events

  • Pick'n in the Pound (Year-round)
  • Union Half Marathon (March)
  • Camp Bethel In Lights (December)
 
 

Activities

  • Art Gallery
  • Live Music
  • Museum Displays
  • Dining (nearby)
  • History Information
  • Shopping (nearby)
 

FAQs

  • When is the Mountain Heritage musuem open?

    Part history museum, part art gallery, there's no better place to enjoy the spirit of Appalachia than the Mountain Heritage Museum & Gallery. This is where you can learn about the history of the area and view the works of local and regional artists showcasing the beauty of Great Appalachian Valley. The museum is open during Clinch River Days. The rest of the year, it is open by appointment only.
  • What is on display at the Mountain Heritage Museum?

    Visit this museum and immerse yourself in the culture and spirit of Appalachia. From the rough timber and hand-laid brick walls to the exceptional displays, every detail of early mountain days is brought to life. Antique farming implements, kitchen tools, hand-crafted pottery and wooden furniture all offer a glimpse into what it was like to live, work and play in Appalachia in the 1800s.
 

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