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Warrenton, Virginia
Library
Fauquier County Public Library in Warrenton, VA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
Warrenton, Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Fauquier Historical Society has over 300 members dedicated to preserving Fauquier County's rich history. The organization provides historic markers, educational programs, and information to guide visitors during their stay in Warrenton; including a walking tour of the Town of Warrenton's historic district.
Warrenton, Virginia
History, Historical Society, Specialized
The Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail is located in the old Fauquier County prison complex which includes two jails; one built in 1808 and the other in 1823. In 1966, the complex was closed and taken over by the Fauquier Historical Society to be used as a history museum.
Warrenton, Virginia
The John Singleton Mosby Foundation, Inc., was established by a group of Warrenton citizens to preserve the National Register of Historic Places property called Brentmoor. Since the house was once the home of Colonel John Singleton Mosby and the town formed part of "Mosby's Confederacy," these several community members believed that Brentmoor could become the home of a museum interpreting Mosby and Warrenton's Civil War experience. Founded in 1998, the John Singleton Mosby Foundation, Inc.
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