Our upcoming link(s) to the Dinosaur's of Culpeper County!' General Robert E. Lee - Headquartered in Culpeper several times during the Civil War Clara Barton - Famous nurse and founder of the Red Cross performed her first field duty in Culpeper at the Battle of Cedar Mountain Patrick Henry - Argued cases concerning religious freedom in Culpeper, Va. Courthouse A.P. Hill - Born in Culpeper, Va. and lived in what is now called the A.P. Hill Building on the corner of Main & Davis St. / a celebrated Civil War hero Daniel Boone - Lived in Stevensburg, VA for 3 years during the 1750's Walt Whitman - Famous American poet, also served as a nurse in Culpeper, Va. during the Civil War Ulysses S. Grant - Commander of the Union Army and later President of the US, resided in the Town of Culpeper for several months during the winter and spring of 1864 Lafayette - Marched through Culpeper, Va.during the Revolutionary War and returned in the early 1800's to be wined & dined at Greenwood George Washington - Employed by Culpeper County 1749-1751 as the official surveyor in Va.





- March 1 to December 5, 2015
Looking for a fun program for your toddler? There is a new program at the Museum just for "wee ones"... infants to 5 years old.

Each month we'll feature a different special project; from a Mother's Day tea to a Colonial Christmas. Check the Face Book page to see what's new each month.

Each program features stories, a hands-on craft (to take home), and a tour of the museum. All of this for $1 per child. Adult with child is free; must stay for the whole program.

Join us!
Location: Museum of Culpeper History, 113 S. Commerce Street
Time: 10:30 am - 11:30am
Fees: $1 per child
Reservations: YES! Please call 540-829-1749
Information: Call Gloria Cooper, educator, for more information


For more information call 540-829-1749

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