Museums in Martinsburg, WV

Find museums in Martinsburg, WV. Listings include Berkeley County Historical Society, Martinsburg-Berkeley County CVB, For the kids, by George, Martinsburg Roundhouse, General Adam Stephen House and Adam Stephen House. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Boydville

Boydville

601 S Queen St, Martinsburg 25401

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  • 05/26/20
    Did You Know? George Washington started his military career as adjutant of southern Virginia. Though it gave him a start, it was not the assignment he wanted. Southern Virginia was all the land south ...
    > For the kids, by George
  • 05/21/20
    Now that you know your geometry, join George Washington as he demonstrates the techniques of surveying a small plot of land on Youtube. When you get to Youtube, search for "for the kids, by george, ch...
    > For the kids, by George
  • 05/20/20
    See George Washington explain geometry that he had to learn before he could become a surveyor. Do you know your basic shapes? Got to Youtube to see for yourself. Type in: for the kids, by george, chil...
    > For the kids, by George
  • 05/19/20
    Did You Know? At one time George Washington owned over 70,000 acres between the Potomac and Ohio rivers. When he died he still owned about 59,000 in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York.💰😀💰😀
    > For the kids, by George
  • 05/15/20
    Did You Know? Being a surveyor was very beneficial to George Washington. His work across the frontier allowed him to find good land at low prices. He became quite a land speculator as a result. Land s...
    > For the kids, by George
  • 05/14/20
    Did You Know? After starting his military career, George Washington continued surveying throughout his life. He surveyed to purchase land for himself, to defend the boundaries of his property, and als...
    > For the kids, by George
  • 05/13/20
    Did You Know? In 1752 George Washington left his job as Surveyor for Culpeper County to become adjutant for southern Virginia. An adjutant is an assistant to a military officer above him. The began W...
    > For the kids, by George