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Welcome to the Museum of Culpeper History

The Museum showcases the rich history and interprets the significant events that shapes Culpeper today. From the dinosaurs that roamed here to the soldiers that camped and fought here there is much to discover!

We are Open!

In order to create a safe experience for you to visit during this time we are adhering to guidelines established by the Virginia Department of Health and the CDC. Visitation in the museum will be limited to no more than twelve visitors and other necessary safety procedures have been implemented to ensure you will feel more comfortable with your visit. We are excited to welcome you back!

Culpeper History & Heritage

We offer so many places throughout the county where you can learn about our community through the centuries. We hope to welcome you and your family soon!


The Museum of Culpeper History’s fall fundraiser will celebrate the museum’s successes and highlight what’s in store for 2023. This year’s event will be hosted at historic Andora Farm, notable for having been worked by the frontiersman Daniel Boone during his brief residence in Culpeper County. Experience local music, enjoy an Oktoberfest themed dinner catered by the Bavarian Chef restaurant in Madison, show off your mastery of Culpeper history with our trivia contest, bid on an assortment of exciting products and experiences in our silent auction, and learn about the historic people and events that have touched historic Andora Farms. Guest speaker George Mason Pettie will discuss his research and writing of his historical fiction trilogy In the Land of Rob. For tickets and more information, click the link below.


This year’s silent auction will be held online! Signing up and bidding is easy and only requires sharing your email address! Click on the button below to join!

Contact Us

Museum of Culpeper History
113 S. Commerce Street
Culpeper, VA 22701

Phone: (540) 829-1749


10am – 4pm
CLOSED: Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, New Year's Day



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