Museums in Lynchburg, VA

Find museums in Lynchburg, VA. Listings include Amazement Square, Lynchburg Museum System, Old City Cemetery Museums and Arboretum, Chaplains & U. S. Christian Commission Delegates During the Civil War, Historic Sandusky - University of Lynchburg and Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 05/18/19
    Happy #NationalDrawingDay! We love seeing all of the artwork that you, our guests, do every day; whether it’s during a weekly program, on the chalk wall or in the paint box. Every single one of us i...
    > Amazement Square
  • 05/17/19
    Downtown Road Closure | Alternate Routes to A² - https://mailchi.mp/amazementsquare/weekly-update-dec-3-1326389 Ninth St between Main St and Commerce to be closed for maintenance, Monday, May 20 - F...
    > Amazement Square
  • 05/17/19
    Enjoy every minute of your summer staycation with us, beginning Tuesday, June 4 through Thursday, August 29. We have so many fun activities planned for you like, Egg Drop Physics, Puppy Play and Adopt...
    > Amazement Square
  • 05/16/19
    The renowned late poet & gardener Anne Spencer enjoyed growing roses like this Spanish Beauty in her garden. The Polk St. Noisette was also a local favorite. Both of these and 100 other varieties are ...
    > Old City Cemetery Museums and Arboretum
  • 05/16/19
    Nature is truly incredible! Just look at all the work our bees have been doing since they got here! #beeintheknow #savethehoneybees
    > Amazement Square
  • 05/16/19
    FYI Available now through the 21st of May for FREE! Walk in!
    > Heritage Football
  • 05/15/19
    Having a little fun at work; check out our pilot episode of 'On Either Side of the Grass'...
    > Lynchburg Nature Zone
  • 05/15/19
    Remembering one of the most significant Christian leaders of the 20th century. Beloved pastor, author, political activist, evangelical leader, and founder of Liberty University. Dr. Jerry Falwell Sr...
    > Jerry Falwell Museum
  • 05/14/19
    In 1951, the National Gallery of Art chose Randolph-Macon Woman’s College as the site of a secret art storage facility which they called "Project Y." In the face of the nuclear threat posed by the S...
    > Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College
  • 05/14/19
    We had so much fun with everyone last night for our DIWine Macrame Monday! Thank you for coming out and joining us. Our next DIWine will be Monday, June 10 featuring Punch Needle Art. Register today: ...
    > Amazement Square
  • 05/13/19
    Thank you to our Wine & Roses Garden Party Committee & to all who joined us at Old City Cemetery on May 10, 2019 to celebrate the beauty of roses & springtime. Thanks especially to our generous sponso...
    > Old City Cemetery Museums and Arboretum
  • 05/13/19
    Weekly Update - May 13 - May 19 - https://mailchi.mp/amazementsquare/weekly-update-dec-3-1326381
    > Amazement Square
  • 05/13/19
    Historic Sandusky had a special visitor today- George Christian Hutter of Richmond, Virginia. George was born in Sandusky in the 1920s. His great grandfather, also named George Christian Hutter, purch...
    > Historic Sandusky - University of Lynchburg
  • 05/13/19
    That time again!! HHS football team has been a part of this for many years! We are looking for football alumni to help with Camp/coach! PM page or reach out to Walter LG Parrish Spread the world f...
    > Heritage Football