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The Frontier Culture Museum is an outdoor living history museum that tells the story of the thousands of people who migrated to colonial America and of the life they created here for themselves and their descendants. The Museum shows how a new and...more
Although I found this museum really difficult to get to, it was well worth the visit, despite the pouring rain! All of the staff were so helpful and informative and I really enjoyed the costumes. I really enjoyed the fact that you could walk to...More
The Frontier Culture Museum is a living history museum that tells the story of the people who migrated from the Old World to America and the life they created in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. Located at 1290 Richmond Avenue in Staunton, Virginia, the museum is made...More
History buff here who gets excited anytime she sees an historical diversion off the interstate. After several years of passing the sign on I-64W from Richmond, I finally got the chance to stop and take a tour.
I did not quite know what to expect...More
I love history and have been collecting brochures about this place since I was a teen when we stopped at the Virginia welcome center. My husband and I went to this living museum where we milked a cow, learned why beds were so small, and...More
Went here with my 74-yr old mom and my two kids 12 & 14. We did have to wait a little bit to rent a golf cart (found out later someone drives around with a golf cart to shuttle you between stops if needed). The...More
Excellent living museum! The reconstructed, relocated" farms from both the "old world" and early America have knowledgeable period interpreters that really complete the visit at each location. Take time to interact with these folks to enhance your visit. It is great to see the African...More
We visited the Museum with our two grand kids. We found that we could rent a golf cart that carried four for only $10. It was a bargain as the attractions are spread out. They also rent six passenger carts-I don't know the price. We....More
As for getting there, they must not know you can have arrows without the Indians. All directional signs failed to have directional arrows. Go figure. You got at best, a 50-50 chance of going the right way. Due to a recent street reconfiguration, the GPS...More