Winchester, VA 22601
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|The Old Court House Civil War Museum is a Blue
Star Museum year round!!! ACTIVE DUTY service members and up to 5
members of their family can get in to see the museum for FREE.
It's the museum's way of thanking them for their service! The
program runs all year round because our service members serve all year
|The Old Court House Civil War Museum is a historic building with graffiti from both Northern and Southern soldiers which also houses a nationally recognized collection of over 3,000 Civil War artifacts. Situated on the Loudoun Street Walking Mall in Old Town Winchester, Virginia, this Georgian style court house was used as a hospital, barracks and prison by both sides during the War. For more on the history of the museum, please view our history page.|
|Donations||Cash donations, large and small, are always welcome.|
|Various projects are in need of funding, soldier graffiti interpretation windows, scrims used for window covering and light control, display cabinets, graphics and text presentation, educational and outreach programs, and more.|
|If you have relics or in-kind services you would like to donate, please contact us. Phone 540 542-1145. Email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|The Museum is a 501(c)(3) organization. All contributions are tax deductible|
Ridgeway Civil War Archive:
The Ridgeway Archive is a research record of various examples of Civil War artifacts authenticated, photographed and documented by Harry Ridgeway, including many of the artifacts included in the museum collection. This is a research venue that is being developed, only a couple hundred artifacts are included at the moment, but it is the intention for this research venue to expand significantly in the next couple of years, so please come back and visit again.