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The museum was created in 2005 by three local residents with a love for Clarksville and the surrounding community. Their goal was to preserve for future generations the important moments in the life of the town and its citizens.


Every museum is distinguished by its collections of objects that form the core of its exhibitions. The Clarksville Regional Museum is no different in that it strives to provide visitors with a snapshot into the history of the town and the people who called it home.

Clarksville Regional Museum
is closed to regular visitors for the season but is hosting two upcoming special events open to the public, a book signing with James Bowers and antique appraisals with Peter Tocci. For more information about the events click on the events link above. The museum will reopen with regular hours in April 2022.


The Clarksville Regional Museum is located in the former Sam Davis House in picturesque Clarksville, Virginia, at the intersection of Eighth and West Streets. It is open to the public April - November and for special events December - March.


Address:  801 West Street

                  Clarksville, VA  23927


Phone: ‎(434) 374-4434


Hours: Saturday

             1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

              Open for private tours and special

              events by appointment. Call 24 hours                in advance

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