We are open for tours
Learn more about new protocols and procedures for tours and how to schedule yours today!
IN THE MEAN TIME...
We are all living in history. While we cannot provide guided tours physically through our museum, we are offering 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. And we've detailed how you can make your own museum exhibit at home--a fun task if you have children in your household!
We have lost some dear friends at the Greenbrier Historical Society recently. If you would like to make a donation in their honor you can do so here.
We will dearly miss Tom, he was our treasurer, board member, event planner, chair mover, tent putter-upper, handyman, and dear friend. His love of history and the Greenbrier Valley was evident in his work for the Greenbrier Historical Society. He has left a hole in our hearts and organization and will be dearly missed.
Rebecca's legacy with the Greenbrier Historical Society has been the Blue Sulphur Springs Pavilion. She donated the pavilion in 2013 with the wish of seeing it restored and preserved. We are so grateful for her contribution and are working hard to make her wish come true!