Thursday - Saturday, 10am to 3pm
Groups by appointment (for directions, click HERE)
SAFETY FIRST: Our museum is located INSIDE of the John J. Wright Educational and Cultural Center. Please note that because we are inside of a school, we respect and observe all safety precautions to ensure your visit is a wonderful one. If your visit is during the school's open hours, enter the building, proceed to the Main Office, sign the Visitors Log, and wait for a museum associate to come and escort you to the museum. We thank you.
Our museum is named after the man who, in 1905, organized a community of black baptist churches to focus on developing high school education. As such, our permanent exhibit tells the history of African American education in Spotsylvania, while our rotating exhibits explore subjects that impact all county residents. A comparative historical approach allows us to show events through time - making them relevant to every visitor who comes through our doors.
Come and see for yourself . . .