Exhibitions at Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center
Location: 10209 Main Street, Fairfax, VA
Phone: 703.385.8414 Click here for hours.
"The Fairfax Story" • Hamill Gallery.
Fairfax history exhibition.
"Fairfax County's Original Set of Weights and Measures," through December 31, 2019 See one of the oldest and most complete set of colonial weights and measures in the country on loan from the Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22.
"Sewing on the Homefront: World War II Quilts "- preview May 12. Through October 20, 2019
See quilts American women made to honor U.S. soldiers and to benefit the war effort.
"Teetotalers and Moonshiners: Prohibition in Virginia, Distilled" • October 28 - December 8, 2019
A traveling exhibition from the Library of Virginia ,"Teetotalers and Moonshiners" addresses the important and long-lasting effects of Prohibition on the Commonwealth and America.
"New Virginians, 1619-2019 and Beyond" - December 16-January 25, 2020
Exhibitions at Historic Blenheim and the Civil War Interpretive Center
Location: 3610 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: 703.591.0560 Click here for hours.
"Blenheim's Civil War Soldier Signatures: A Diary on Walls." Explores the local Fairfax Court House Civil War history and the experiences of soldiers who wrote on the walls of the Willcoxon home (Historic Blenheim.) Visit the uncovered names in the historic house Tuesday-Saturday on a 1pm guided tour and visit the life-sized replica of the house attic that shows the clearest graffiti in the house Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-3pm in The Civil War Interpretive Center Gallery.
Tuesday, June 4- Wednesday, July 31. "Clara Barton and the Missing Soldier's Office." Between braving the battlefield as a first responded during the Civil War and starting the American Red Cross, Clara Barton spearheaded the search for over 600,000 missing Union Soldiers. Discover the untold story in this small banner exhibit on loan from the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick, Maryland.
Exhibitions at Ratcliffe-Allison-Pozer House
Location: 10386 Main Street, Fairfax, VA 22030
Open Saturdays from 11am-2pm May-October for free tours; or call 703.385.8414 for tour appointment.
Over There and on the Homefront: The Barrett and Pozer Family in World War I through 2019.
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