The Botetourt County Historical Museum has reopened for visitors after being closed since March due to the Covid 19 pandemic.

The hours of operation are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the museum is open by appointment.  Please call the museum at (540) 473-8394 for an appointment.

          Masks are required and social distancing must be observed.  A maximum of 10 visitors will be allowed in the museum at any time.  The museum bookstore will be open for shopping.  Please telephone us at the number listed above or contact us by email at botetourtcomuseum@gmail.com if you have questions or need more information.

          The Botetourt County Historical Museum is located at 3 West Main Street, Fincastle, Virginia, directly behind the historical Botetourt County Courthouse.  The restored Colonel James Breckinridge Law Office is a part of the museum and open for visitation.




The mission of The Botetourt County Historical Society, Inc. is:
To preserve and protect the historical heritage of Botetourt County, Virginia by providing education to the public through exhibitions, publications, programs and activities and preserving photographs, family journals, records and artifacts housed in the Botetourt County Historical Society Museum and selected sites While collaborating with other historical societies and Botetourt County citizens.