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Salem Historical Society and Museum [VA]

The Salem Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Salem, Virginia. To this end, the society operates a museum. Located within a mid-19th-century residence, post office, and general store, the museum offers exhibits on daily life, local Native American groups, the Civil War, local African American history, and the Lakeside resort. A historic herb garden and late Victorian parlor are also available for viewing.

The museum offers exhibits, a period room, a historic garden, walking tours, and outreach presentations.

The Salem Museum is currently closed for renovation. However, walking tours and outreach presentations are still available.

 
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