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Education & School Programs

Girl Scout Tour

Girl Scouts during tour of Museum.

Summer Camp

Camper displays embroidery.

Girl Scout Visit

Girl Scouts examine exhibits as part of a scavenger hunt.

Summer Camp Salubria Tour

Campers take a tour of Salubria.

Hands On History: Cedar Mountain Battlefield

Family flies homemade kites on the battlefield.

In-School Outreach

Can’t bring your students to the Museum? No problem! The museum offers teaching packages that support Virginia SOL Standards and Guidelines, including a lecture and activities designed for the requested grade level.

Contact Christine Wuebker, Education Coordinator, at [email protected]  to schedule a visit.


Culpeper’s Indigenous People:
The Manahoac 1000 C.E. – Present

The Manahoac people are indigenous to Culpeper County and their history and culture is part of the legacy of this region. This program explores their traditions and social structures. Through primary source material including maps and period images, this program addresses the impact of contact with European cultures.

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Covid-19 Notice

The museum is following safety protocols ins response to the COVID-19 virus including frequent cleaning and sanitizing of high-touch surfaces in the museum galleries. Interactive components are currently unavailable. Museum Staff and Volunteers are masked when stationed in the galleries or conducting indoor or off-site programs unless actively eating or drinking. 

Non-vaccinated museum visitors, including children under the age of 12, should follow the Center for Disease Control’s guidelines on masking and social distancing when attending our programs. We request all visitors to mask when children are in attendance.

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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