Nine original lithographs from the 1857-1858 Album of Virginia will be on display at the museum through the courtesy of Bob and Susan Miller, who are also sponsoring the exhibit. The exhibit will explore the history of the artist Edward Beyer and how his work fit into the nascent culture of tourism in the mid-nineteenth century. Beyer traveled and worked extensively in Virginia leaving artwork that is both beautiful and descriptive; a rare visual treat that we hope you will share with us. The exhibit opens January 11, 2018.
The production of local farms and historic food preservation techniques played important roles in what people in Montgomery County ate throughout history. Join us as we remember salt rising bread, sauerkraut, and apple butter in this tasty treat of an exhibit opening January 11, 2018.
Image of the Past
Did you know that more than 10 studio portrait photographers have worked in Montgomery County since 1860?
Visit the newly opened exhibit at the museum and learn about these men and view more than 60 historic portraits that showcase Montgomery County residents from the past.
Do you know how to date a historic photograph?
Learn how in this new exhibit which features portraits as well as historic clothing and accessories.