The Jefferson County Museum is open,
Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11 am to 4 pm.

The museum is open under the following conditions:

        • Up to six visitors are permitted at a time, except eight are
          allowed if from a single household.
        • Visitors agree to wear masks and distance six feet or more
          from others.

Discover the history of
Jefferson County, West Virginia

Visit the Jefferson County Museum to discover the people and events
that helped shape the county’s and nation’s history!

Online Collection

Explore the online collection database of artifacts, images, archives, and published materials.



See new, temporary, permanent, and virtual exhibits.



Catch up on the museum's latest news.


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#Flashback to a truck accident on the Shenandoah River bridge on Route 340 in November 1984. Teddy Shillingburg drove the truck through the concrete guard rail after swerving to avoid hitting an oncoming car that had skidded on ice on the bridge. The truck landed over 75 feet in the riverbed below. Miraculously, the driver survived the fall. #localhistory #JeffersonCounty ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy first night of #Hanukkah! The Jefferson County Museum wishes you a safe and happy Hanukkah! ... See MoreSee Less
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