85 Airport Road
Hillsville, VA 24343
Phone: (276) 728-2120
Fax: (276) 728-0752
Arts & Museums
Dedicated to preserving and interpreting the natural, historic, and artistic heritage of the backcountry region of Northwestern North Carolina and Southwest Virginia, this museum has exhibits that include subjects such as the Saura Indians, the railroad, the world's largest open face granite quarry, and the Yadkin River. An observation tower and gift shop are also on site.
Housed in the Pulaski Railway Station, which was constructed in 1886, this museum contains exhibits that depict the history and culture of the Pulaski area, including historic photographs, items from the founding industries and the Town's railroad past, newspapers chronicling important events locally and nationally, and a model railroad display.
Founded to foster and furnish activities, programs, and facilities that increase the understanding and enjoyment of the fine arts, this center offers a wide range of exhibitions, poetry and literary readings, musical programs, and lectures.
The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum...Heritage, History, and Romance. These three words describe the story inherent to the life of First Lady, Mrs. Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson. This is a story that embodies heritage; a proud, prominent Virginia family, direct descendants of Pocahontas. The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum is located on the first level of the Bolling Home at 145 East Main Street in Wytheville, Virginia. Seasonal pre-renovated tours of the Bolling Home are available April-October.\
Providing an opportunity to learn about the history of the people and places of Wythe County, this museum's collection includes Wytheville's first fire truck circa 1855, early farming equipment and tools, military uniforms, Civil War displays, photographs of early schools and churches, and artifacts from the mining industry.