Museums in Lynchburg, VA

Find museums in Lynchburg, VA. Listings include Amazement Square, Lynchburg Museum System, Old City Cemetery Museums and Arboretum, National Civil War Chaplain's Museum, Historic Sandusky - University of Lynchburg and Heritage Football. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 03/19/19
    We are now on VAMONDE!!
    > Lynchburg Museum System
  • 03/19/19
    Lynchburg's newest state historical marker! Look for it on Main Street in front of the BWXT headquarters...
    > Lynchburg Museum System
  • 03/18/19
    Do you notice anything different about us? 🚪 #edankraal #newdoor #spring #springcolor
    > The Anne Spencer Memorial Foundation
  • 03/17/19
    Have a Phenomenal Sunday. Phenomenal Woman, Phenomenally 🌹#mayaangelou #annespencer #you 🙏🏾
    > The Anne Spencer Memorial Foundation
  • 03/15/19
    If you ordered The Anne Spencer T-Shirt or Hoodie during our last Bonfire fundraiser they will arrive at your doorstep today or tomorrow. Please share with us a photo of you in your shirt or hoodie, ...
    > The Anne Spencer Memorial Foundation
  • 03/12/19
    We are extremely excited and looking forward to Virginia Association of Museums being in Lynchburg!! #lyhva #lynchburgva #ourlynchburg
    > Lynchburg Museum System
  • 03/12/19
    Donna will be at the VCCA from March 25th - April 21st. There will be an public event planned and opportunity for you to meet Donna Hemans in person. Date, place and time will be announced soon! In ...
    > The Anne Spencer Memorial Foundation
  • 03/11/19
    April 30 you can visit Point of Honor for FREE!!
    > Lynchburg Museum System
  • 03/08/19
    Snowy day at Point
    > Lynchburg Museum System
  • 03/03/19

    > The Anne Spencer Memorial Foundation
  • 03/01/19
    By Holly Rodriguez and Jeremy M. Lazarus Gov. Terry McAuliffe named the newly renovated state office building at 9th and Grace streets for civil rights trailblazer Barbara Johns, who as a teenager le...
    > The Anne Spencer Memorial Foundation
  • 02/28/19
    Ota Benga was born in the early 1880s in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. As an adult, he was taken to New York City by Rev. Samuel P. Verner, adventurer and former Presbyterian missi...
    > Lynchburg Museum System
  • 02/27/19
    Lorraine Harrell of Chicago visited the Anne Spencer Museum while taking a break from her residency at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Lorraine is an award-winning writer, poet, and playwri...
    > The Anne Spencer Memorial Foundation
  • 02/26/19
    The Lynchburg Museum Foundation is pleased to announce a pledge of $25,000 from Bank of the James for its capital campaign to build a new Education Center at Point of Honor, Lynchburg’s historic man...
    > Lynchburg Museum System