The Greenbrier Historical Society is Celebrating the 200th Birthday of the North House!
Support the efforts of the Greenbrier Historical Society to preserve and share our history with a donation in honor of the 200 year history of the North House.
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200 Years at the North House: The History of a House and its People by Sarah Shepherd
Discover the story of life that took place in the North House. This beautiful brick house overlooking downtown Lewisburg, West Virginia witnessed history over a 200 year period from 1820-2020. This book will explore the evolution of a house and the mark its inhabitants left on history. Special care has been taken to tell the story of the enslaved inhabitants in its early history.
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR TOURS
Learn more about new protocols and procedures for tours and how to schedule yours today!
Activities in Times of COVID-19
We are all living in history. If you would like to visit parts of our museum without leaving home, you can tour the virtual versions of our two most recent exhibits: Echoes of Slavery in Greenbrier County and Edward Beyer's Art of Virginia. If you've been collecting documents and photographs relating to Covid-19, considering scanning and sharing what you have to our archive project. We also have some fun activities (Make Your Own Exhibit, Find 5) in an effort to make staying home a little more entertaining.
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