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All reviews local history blacksmith shop meeting house one room school house farming community gem mining admission ticket nice display interesting pieces several buildings period clothing outdoor area early settlers self guided nice visit entrance fee worth a stop
If you visit Luray Caverns, your entrance fee covers entry to the Luray Valley Museum. It's worth going over to have a look at all the local artifacts that rest here - native American pipes, arrows, pottery, war items, etc.
Thoroughly enjoyed the museum, especially that it was included with the Caverns admission. There was a nice gift shop and cafe as well. As well as a nice outdoor walk through history. Beautiful views as well.
We were so eager to visit this museum as our boys are crazy about gemstones. Sadly there is no capacity to purchase a ticket to the museum only- you need to do the caves as well! We had no interest in doing the caves and...More
My son in law does woodworking restoration and this museum had a lot of really interesting things in it. Along with the museum, a working house from back in the settler days and a really nice restaurant. All was included with the Cavern ticket.
This was a cute little museum. Lots of culture and history. The staff was super polite and kind. Especially the woman in the gift shop. I left the coupon that was given to me with my cavern tickets in my car and she was kind...More
Very nice museum ... It is attached to laray cavers and is free with a ticket to the caves it was/is a great addition to the cavers and explores the local history of page county ... I highly recommend.
P.S. Spend the $30 and get...More