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MONTGOMERY  MUSEUM                         540-382-5644
300 South Pepper Street, Christiansburg, VA  24073

DIRECTIONS: 2 blocks off First Street, which is one block off Main Street.  Located south of Montgomery Co.’s Human Resources Building.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  The Montgomery Museum focuses on the history of southwestern Virginia, especially Montgomery County. It features historic and contemporary art, particularly that of primitive American folk artist Lewis Miller. The building itself was constructed prior to 1850 and used as a manse for the Presbyterian Church of Christiansburg.

PARKING:  10 wheelchair accessible parking spaces.

TYPES OF PATHS:  Brick path from driveway to front door.

ENTRANCE:  2 exterior steps, each 10 in. in height.  Ramps are provided.  Entry doors, 32 in. wide, open in easily with round handle.  Interior steps to upper story.  Handrails.

PUBLIC REST ROOMS:  Located near front door.  Doors are 32 in. wide, and open in.  No turns to enter.  Accessible stall checked regularly for obstructions.

For guests with visual disabilities,there are hands-on exhibits, and signs with contrasting background, printed on a non-glossy surface.  

GIFT SHOP:  Aisles 32 in. wide.  Clerks assist customers with special needs.  Aisles clear of temporary displays.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Admission Fee.  Hours:  10:30-4:30 Mon-Sat, 1:30-4:30 Sun.


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