We are located in Northern Rockbridge County, about 18 miles north of Lexington, and just 27 miles south of Staunton. (It was our location between these two towns that made us a stagecoach stop in the 18th and 19th Centuries.)
The Museum is open on weekends from April until Mid-December, Saturday from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm; and Sunday 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm. Admission is free. Group tours and special visits can be arranged during the week.
From Lexington: For the scenic drive, take route 11 North out of Lexington, go left on Rt. 39, then right on Rt. 252, Brownsburg Turnpike. In town, look for the small green house on the right. Or, take Interstate: 81 North, to the Fairfield Exit. (Exit 200), go Left on Rt. 724 – Sterrett Road, left on Rt. 252 or the Brownsburg Turnpike, in town look for the small green house on the left.
From Staunton: For the scenic drive, take route 252 South (the Brownsburg Turnpike) from Staunton, follow until you reach Brownsburg. The museum is just in town, the green building on the left. Or, take Interstate 81 South, to the Fairfield Exit (Exit 200), go right on Rt. 724 – Sterrett Road, left on Rt. 252 or the Brownsburg Turnpike, in town look for the small green house on the left.