We love such Museums. They are small enough that you can cover them without getting tired, and interesting enough that you will always find a place to linger, where you want to learn more.
The Jefferson County Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Jefferson County, West Virginia. There is a Reception Desk where you are warmly greeted, and there is an Entrance fee, which is $4.00 for Adults. There is a very clear guide map, and you can begin your self-guided tour on either side.
One side is dedicated to exhibits from the various wars. You can, also, learn more about John Brown, Harriet Lane (I loved her gorgeous Tiffany’s fan), and other notables from this area. There are old typewriters, old toys, old bottles, and firearms. The museum displays are such that they are easy to follow.
There is ample street parking, and, also a small Gift Shop with unique items by local artists.
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