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Lovettsville Historical Society and Museum

4 E Pennsylvania Ave, Lovettsville, VA 20180-8515
+1 703-727-9758
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Enjoyed Season's First Historic Lecture

Today I had the pleasure of listening to Lovettsville Historical Society's first historical lecture... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2018
WaterBuffalo2
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Frederick, Maryland
Quaint

While I was waiting for my to go from Market Table Bistro, I wandered down to this quaint little... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2016
jehenson81
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We are committed to preserving and promoting the history and heritage of the Town of Lovettsville and the surrounding area known as "The German Settlement". Displayed are various artifacts, photographs, documentation, household articles, tools, genealogy and other historical information pertaining to the local history within the Lovettsville Museum. Plan your next outing to visit the museum, attend our monthly events and lectures or arrange a group tour. The Lovettsville Historical Society offers research resources, publications for purchase and assistance.
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11 Feb 2018
“Enjoyed Season's First Historic Lecture”
15 Oct 2016
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4 E Pennsylvania Ave, Lovettsville, VA 20180-8515
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Reviewed 12 February 2018

Today I had the pleasure of listening to Lovettsville Historical Society's first historical lecture of the season. It was on "Washington Family Homes of Jefferson County, West Virginia" and was presented by a family member who is the fifth-great-grandson of George Washington's brother Samuel. It...More

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Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

While I was waiting for my to go from Market Table Bistro, I wandered down to this quaint little museum. I startled the curator for the day and then was kept constant company by him during my short stay. The museum has two little room...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2016

If you are looking for that History of Lovettsville and the immediate environs this is the place. Deep commitment by volunteers to preserve what is the crown jewels of the town. Worth a stop in when in town.

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Reviewed 19 February 2015

The Lovettsville area was settled in the mid 1700s, and there is much history. The museum touches on that and has quite a few artifacts, although nothing quite that old. A quick, but thorough visit would take less than an hour.

2  Thank Linden Hall G
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