The James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage

The Covid pandemic has hurt many businesses during this past year. One hard hit industry is tourism due to places being shut down. Historic locations across the country have reported difficult numbers during this time, as many are shutting down, never to reopen. Some of those sites have come up with creative solutions like offering virtual tours or weekly online lectures with museum personnel. This podcast episode is yet another way that historic locations are working to attract attention during the shutdown.

The James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage, located in picturesque Orange County, and I teemed up to highlight their important collections and work. Director Bethany Sullivan graciously took the time to walk me through the museum as we discussed some of its collection. We hope that our quick podcast tour will pique your interest and get you out to visit the museum soon. When you go, please, tell Bethany that you heard our discussion! It’d be much appreciated.

LINKS TO THE PODCAST:



SPECIAL LINKS:

  1. The James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage
  2. Visit Orange County
  3. James Madison’s Montpelier
  4. The Exchange Hotel Civil War Museum
  5. Barboursville
  6. Visit Gordsonsville




All photography used on this site is owned and copyrighted by the author unless otherwise noted. The Featured Image is the James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage’s logo. All other photography is generously provided by the James Madison Museum of Orange County, unless otherwise noted.

Music used for this episode – Louis Armstrong and the Mills Brothers,”Carry Me Back to Old Virginia” available on Apple Music, and “Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op.18 – Movement 1: Moderato” by Sergei Rachmaninov, performed by Sviatoslov Richter and the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra.

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