Greenbrier Historical Society and North House Museum, Lewisburg

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
The North House, as a museum, exists to commemorate and interpret life in Greenbrier County in the early 1800s. It accomplishes this purpose by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting items, which belonged to, or were associated with, Greenbrier County, as well as other period items, which are necessary to present a complete picture to the visitor. It also accomplishes this purpose by encouraging research and publications, which are appropriate to county history. Linked to this primary goal of interpreting a historical period at a particular point in time is the secondary goal of fostering interest in, knowledge of and understanding of the history, culture, arts, architecture, industry and lifestyle of Lewisburg and Greenbrier County prior to the American Civil War, especially as represented by the material culture of the community.
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  • Truthfully, the only reason we wanted to visit this house is because there was a geocache in the yard. After finding the geocache we decided to visit the house. It was one of the highlights of our tri...  read more »
  • I enjoyed triple the time I expected to spend here. The museum is interesting and has many artifacts and stories but the best part is the guided tour. 
  • We had a wonderful l little museum. We had a very sweet and knowledgeable young lady as our guide! Learned about the battle of Lewisburg-hadn't heard of this battle before. A nice quick stop. 
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