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The museum is housed in Harrison School -- the first public high school for blacks in southwestern Virginia. Displays include artifacts and memorabilia that preserve and interpret African-American heritage in southwestern Virginia as well as art exhibits featuring local, regional and national artists. Events take place throughout the year. Open Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday 1-5pm; closed holidays. Admission is free to the public.

Location: 523 Harrison St, Roanoke Virginia 24016 Telephone 540-345-4818

Other Museum nearby:
(Lynchburg) Amazement Square
(Roanoke) Harrison Museum African American Culture
(Natural Bridge) Natural Bridge Wax Museum
(Roanoke) To the Rescue Museum

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