Published on February 23, 2016

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Housed in an 1882 school built by former slaves and free colored people, the museum tells the stories of 270 years of African-American contributions to the county.

The school was built by colored people in the community to provide their children with grade school education.  The mission of the museum is to restore the original 1882 structure and share the contributions and history of African Americans in Clarke County.

Photo courtesy of www.hmdb.org

Open:

Every Sunday 1 pm to 3 pm

By appointment

Admission Fee/Ticket Price:

Free

Address:

303 Josaphine Street
Berryville, VA 22611

Phone:

(540) 955-5512