The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Description Nestled in the heart of Staunton, Virginia, the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum invites you to embark on a captivating journey through time. Step into the life and times of one of America's most influential presidents. Immerse yourself in the World War I trench exhibit, take a peek at Wilson’s Pierce-Arrow limousine, walk the halls in the house where he was born and learn more about what makes Wilson a consequential and controversial president. From his humble beginnings in the Shenandoah Valley to his transformative tenure in the White House, you will learn about it here. Connect with the ideals that continue to shape the world today. Engage in thought-provoking conversations with knowledgeable guides, or lose yourself in the tranquil beauty of the surrounding gardens, providing a serene backdrop for introspection and contemplation. Whether you are an ardent history enthusiast or a curious explorer, the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum promises an unforgettable experience!
Address 20 N Coalter St, Staunton, VA 24401
Website The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum
Contact Emily Kilgore 540-885-0897 x122
To Bring
Date(s) Thursday, Mar 07, 2024
Name Time Ages Cost Enrolled
Self-Guided Museum Tour & Guided House Tour
Your visit includes a self-guided visit to the museum, a guided tour of Woodrow Wilson’s birthplace house, and access to our historic gardens. During the self-guided museum tour, students will select the “Museum Detectives,” printed activity set for their age level, where they can focus on a specific topic as they move through the museum ||| PreK - 1st Grade: “Woolly’s Special Scavenger Hunt” encourages students to seek and find and illustrate or discuss what they found. (Woolly Wilson the sheep is the museum mascot) ||| Elementary - Middle School: “Be a Museum Detective” encourages students to discover specific items on display and write what they find. |||| Middle - High School: focus on primary source analysis from the collection and the exhibit connections related to civil rights.

02:30PM - 04:30PM Ages: 5-18 Participant ages 5-18 $10.00
Chaperone adult $13.00
Sibling children under age 5 $0.00