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Museums near me in Onancock, Virginia, US.


"Love this area of VA. Visited Her house. The docent there, an older lady was so knowledgeable the tour was fantastic. I got a true understanding of the house and local history."

"Went on a Sunday to have the kids pose at the LOVEWORK sign. There was also a newly constructed little playground at the back where my kids played for a while. I think more swings will be installed later on as well. It is a quiet and relaxing area. We did enjoy the visit."

"Lovely park-like setting. Beautiful surrounding buildings. A good place to spend some time in this small quaint town."


"A massive historic mansion built in the 1800s, now maintained by a local historic society. It's an amazing educational resource about the lives of those come before us. Featuring a wide array of old furniture, ceramics, and letters written by the residents, if you love history, you will love this place."



"Went here for a roadschool field trip to learn more about delmarva indigenous culture and to see lots of animals! My son, 7, loved the "live animal show" where they feed the otters. The naturalist had lots of cool information and the staff was friendly. We loved making paper turtles, the scavenger hunt and educational bits for kiddos. Definitely go and discover something new. Thanks!"


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Love this area of VA. Visited Her house. The docent there, an older lady was so knowledgeable the tour was fantastic. I got a true understanding of the house and local history.

Went on a Sunday to have the kids pose at the LOVEWORK sign. There was also a newly constructed little playground at the back where my kids played for a while. I think more swings will be installed later on as well. It is a quiet and relaxing area. We did enjoy the visit.

Lovely park-like setting. Beautiful surrounding buildings. A good place to spend some time in this small quaint town.

A massive historic mansion built in the s, now maintained by a local historic society. It's an amazing educational resource about the lives of those come before us. Featuring a wide array of old furniture, ceramics, and letters written by the residents, if you love history, you will love this place.

Went here for a roadschool field trip to learn more about delmarva indigenous culture and to see lots of animals! My son, 7, loved the "live animal show" where they feed the otters. The naturalist had lots of cool information and the staff was friendly. We loved making paper turtles, the scavenger hunt and educational bits for kiddos. Definitely go and discover something new. Thanks!

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