Open Daily: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM
159 Horseshoe Rd.
Appomattox, VA 24522
804–649–1861 ext. 200
Located just over a mile from Appomattox Court House Historic National Park and the McLean House surrender site, our Museum provides stories unique insight into the end of the Civil War and its legacies.
The American Civil War Museum – Appomattox’s permanent exhibit explores these overlapping stories using more than 400 artifacts, photographs, and documents.
Parking is available on site and is included with admission.
|Senior, Retired Military, Teachers, and Students||$10|
|Active Duty Military†||Free|
|Members and Kids under 5||Free|
Black Virginians in the Age of Emancipation
In the age of Emancipation, freedom was more than just a word. Explore how African Americans from local Virginia communities experienced – and defined – freedom after enslavement, and how their experiences connect to our lives today.
This exhibit is a collaboration between the faculty and students of the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies at Virginia Tech, and the American Civil War Museum. It was made possible in part by support from Virginia Humanities.