Celebrate Native American Heritage Month!
View the talk on the Patawomeck Eel Pot Tradition. Read more about From a Tree to a Trap: The Patawomeck Eel Pot Tradition.
We will post a complete video of the Jennie Dean statue unveiling soon. Watch for updates and check posts on Facebook.
Shop Local! Echoes, the Manassas Museum Store, has Black Friday specials from November 20-30.
- The Manassas Museum is now open with social distancing, required masks, and increased cleaning measures to keep visitors and staff safe. See how we're keeping everyone safe.
- Check out the schedule of virtual programs and tours on Facebook and YouTube
- Tours and talks of limited size are planned and reservations are required. Reserve your spot.
- Please give us a call at 703-257-8453 if you have questions about any reservations. Please visit Facebook and watch this space for updates.
Museum EventsEnjoy exhibits, book talks, front porch talks, programs for kids, socially-distanced walking tours and more. Visit YouTube for a library of virtual programs and tours.
Explore Historic SitesThe Manassas Museum System stewards historic sites that are important not only for their contribution to local history, but for their role in our nation's history.
Echoes, the Manassas Museum StoreEchoes, the Manassas Museum Store sells unique gifts, jewelry, t-shirts, books and more with a local flair. Check out the online shop or visit in person.
Manassas Volunteer Fire Company Museum and The Freedom Museum
Manassas Museum Tours and Programs
Reserve your spot at Echoes Online Store, by calling 703-368-1873 or by visiting Echoes, the Manassas Museum store .
Manassas Museum History
The community came together to build the Manassas Museum. Learn about the beginnings of the city's museum, and the historic ground where it is now located.