The Museum of Westward Expansion includes Native American artifacts from local sites, and historic artifacts found on the Smithfield site during archaeological investigations that located several outbuildings--the winter kitchen, a smokehouse, and the law office. Built in 1774 on the edge of the frontier, the resident of this house played major roles in local and state politics, during both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.
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The ornate Italianate brick house is administered by the Radford Heritage Foundation. John Haller, the first resident physician in Wythe County. Prehistoric artifacts from southwest Virginia will be on permanent display. Open from April - first week in December, Thursday - Saturday and Monday, 10 a.m. The exhibits at the Roanoke Valley History Museum depict the history of the Roanoke area. In 1750, a young George Washington surveyed the Natural Bridge site for Lord Fairfax.
Glencoe, the home of Gabriel and Anne Wharton, was constructed in the 1870s and remained in the family until the early 1960s. On exhibit are artifacts from excavations on the Rock House grounds. A summer camp for kids offers four one-week sessions on Colonial life, including an archaeological dig where children learn the process of searching for historic clues at a site. Admission: $5 for adults, $3 for students, and $2 for children ages 5 to 12. Admission: $3 for adults, $2 for seniors, above 60, and children, ages 6 to18.
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