In the Museum Grounds at 300 Pepper St, Christiansburg . . .
The gardens are open dawn to dusk: come anytime to walk in the garden, view the art, eat lunch at the outdoor tables, or rent the space for your event.
See our mention on the Virginia Native Plant Society website
- Please park on the street, not on the driveway
- There are no restrooms
- Open dawn to dusk
- Leashed dogs that leave nothing behind are welcome
The old house on the grounds is the former 1852 Christiansburg Presbyterian Church Manse. The American and Flemish bond brickwork of the building is made with bricks fired on site. Although the house no longer houses the Museum collection, the grounds are still part of the Museum’s ‘footprint’. The NRV Master Gardeners maintain the grounds, and several of the museum events (such as Heritage Day) are held here.
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