African-American Heritage Museum
Phone
276-625-0042

Our New Children's Library Showcases Achievements of African Americans. Photos, Stories and Memorabilia tell a History of African American Education in Wythe County. Free Admission, Donations Appreciated A non-profit community organization was established in 2000 to preserve the historic Wytheville Training School. The school was constructed in 1882 for African American children and was in operation until 1952.

Address
410 E. Franklin Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
Hours M-F
Monda -Thursday 2-7 p.m.
Hours Sat-Sun
Closed
Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum
Phone
276-223-3484

Come visit the birthplace and childhood home of First Lady Edith Bolling Wilson. Born and raised in Wytheville, Edith Bolling Wilson is a descendant of Pocahontas and the only Appalachian-born First Lady. As one of only eight historic sites across the country dedicated to the interpretation of a First Lady, the museum tells the story of the overlooked, yet vitally important role Edith Bolling Wilson played in the White House at a pivotal moment during World War I.

Address
145 E. Main Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
Hours M-F
Closed Mondays Tues-Thurs April-Oct 10AM-4PM
Hours Sat-Sun
Sat April-Oct 10AM-2PM
Great Lakes to Florida Museum
Phone
276-223-3330

The Great Lakes to Florida Highway Museum, the newest addition to the Willow Brook Jackson/Umberger Homestead Museum Interpretative Site and the third museum for the Town of Wytheville Museums, is now open. The new museum, located adjacent to the E. Lee Trinkle Regional Visitors Center at 975 Tazewell Street, Wytheville, offers visitors a chance to return to the days when the Great Lakes to Florida Highway (Route 21) was the main route from Ohio to Florida. Memorabilia from the former gas station (built in 1926) is on display as well as restored gas pumps from that era. Entrance and parking for the new museum is at the Visitor's Center.

Address
975 Tazewell Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
Hours M-F
Wednesday - Friday 10-4 (OR BY APPOINTMENT)
Haller-Gibboney Rock House Museum
Phone
276-223-3330

Historic house museum was built in 1823. Home of Wytheville's first resident physician. Collection includes period furnishings, personal mementos, medical records and supplies from the 1800's, and a small museum of local artifacts. There is an herb garden with plants typically grown in the 19th. century.

Address
205 E. Tazewell Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
Hours M-F
Wednesday - Friday 10-4 (OR BY APPOINTMENT)
Museum Gift Shop
Business Name
Phone
276-223-3330

One of a kind souvenirs and locally made items can be found here. Tickets to the Great Lakes to Florida Highway Museum, Haller-Gibboney Rock House Museum, and Thomas J. Boyd Museum may be purchased at the Museum Gift Shop also.

Address
975 Tazewell Street
Wytheville, VA 24382
Hours M-F
9AM - 5PM
Hours Sat-Sun
9AM-5PM