Explore the rich history of Central Virginia at The Lynchburg Museum at the Old Court House. The Museum shares stories about the people and fascinating events that shaped the region. Exhibits include antique toys, military items from all wars, fine art, furniture and silver made in Lynchburg, costumes, historic photographs, sports and music memorabilia, three media programs, and much more.
The Lynchburg Museum & Visitor Services at the Old Court House is ADA accessible through the street-level entrance at the back of the building on Ninth Street. To use this entrance, please call 434-455-6226 or push the Ring button beside the door. An interior elevator is available for visitors to reach any of the museum’s three floors.
Free street parking is available on Court Street (2 hour maximum on weekdays), and paid parking is available at the 2nd level of the parking garage directly behind the museum located on Clay Street. For more information & a map click HERE
Walking Guided Tours
Throughout the year, the Lynchburg Museum offers guided walking tours in different locations throughout the City. Find more information & dates at the link below.