For a $3.00 admission you get far more than your money's worth. So much to see. All well displayed with plenty of written history back up. Very nice film that depicts the carnage of the war. Depicts how the locals suffered.
This Civil War Mill survived "The Burning" of the Shenandoah Valley and in recent years has been converted into a multi purpose Visitor Center regional facility. It is surrounded by a "flood wall" to keep the site safe when the Creek becomes a raging river (has frequent Spring floods). It is the central site for festivals and family fun activities... 更多
What a surprise! It's a museum and gift shop. It's a wine bar and an antique shop. It's a history lesson and a wildlife restoration area. Yes. It's all this and more. Finally stopped in for a visit. So glad we did. They sell new gift items and nice assortment of items on consignment at decent prices. As you peruse... 更多
A real mill converted into a very first rate mill. There is a lot to see that relates to the locality around the turn of the last century. Very well done and presented.
This is one of the last remaining pre-Civil War mills and certainly worth the time it takes to go through it. The ladies who greeted us in the little shop were perfect examples of small town hospitality; friendly and helpful. The museum part is chock full of local and regional history. It's sort of, kind of organized but as you... 更多
And now they have a wonderful wine and cheese retail shop, We have been there for many social gatherings both in the basement area and throughout the museum, Very nicely restored and lots of antique items to see.
A great find. One of the few mills left during Sheridans purge of the Shenandoah Valley. The museum consisted of 3 floors of memorabilia from the past. Your self guided tour included a 45 min film explains the plight of the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War. Plan on spending a couple hours at the mill.
I used to just go there to feed the ducks and geese. Now that they have really expanded the place to museum quality it is a wonderful stop.
Inside this 1848 mill is not only much of the original machinery, but also 3 floors of exhibits that interpret the history and culture of the Shenandoah Valley. Access to the 2nd and 3rd floors is $ 3/person and includes the film on the 1864 Burning of the Valley by Sheridans troops. First floor is free. Elevator available. Lots and... 更多