North House Museum/Greenbrier Historical Society
Built in 1820, the North House Museum contains the collections of the Greenbrier Historical Society, including many of the finest examples of early Virginia furnishings.
Visitors to the North House are treated to a special view of two hundred years of life in the United States. From the Revolutionary War to the Civil War to World War II, the lives of everyday Americans can be seen at the North House.
Whether your interests are early decorative arts or life on the 18th century frontier, you'll find just what you're looking for at the North House.
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