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Museum chronicles the history of the Isle of Wight County with a special emphasis on water, ham and agricultural industries. The exhibits include prehistoric fossils, Native American and Colonial artifacts, a turn-of-the-century country store...more
My main interest here was on the curing of the Smithfileld hams. They have a very small display that shows how it's done, and a brief note about "the world's oldest ham". I learned quite a bit, so I left very happy. The person at...More
This little gem of a museum has something for everyone without being overwhelming! There are plenty of interesting artifacts displayed in thoughtful and diverse ways. Hands on for kids and memory/conversation starters for adults. You can feel the love of the staff in the thoughtful...More
While small, very interesting, liked the small replica smokehouse and the general store best, kids are free and adults only $2, while we spent less than 30 minutes at the museum it was 30 minutes well spent! Ate at near by Taste of Smithfield which...More
A very well done and fairly extensive local museum. There is a very good Civil War exhibit as well as interesting exhibits on colonial archaeology as well as Smithfield history. A modest $2 to get in and takes close to an hour to see. There...More