The Haymarket Museum

is closed for the season

We will reopen on Saturday, May 2, 2015. We'd love to give you a private showing of the museum while we are closed for the season, please give us a call at 703-753-3712


The Museum is currently seeking Volunteers!

Please contact Denise Hall at the Museum if interested.


The Museum Opperational Hours:

Saturdays 11 - 3 pm

Sundays 11- 3 pm

Street Address

15025 Washington Street
Haymarket, Virginia 20169 
Click here for a map and directions.
Mailing Address
Town of Haymarket
Attn: Haymarket Museum

15000 Washington Street

Suite 100

Haymarket, Virginia 20169
Phone: 703.753.3712
Fax: 703.753.2800  
Haymarket Museum 2009

Haymarket is partnering with Prince William County and the Common-wealth of Virginia to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War.

The Haymarket Museum is located in historic Haymarket, Virginia, a small town in western Prince William County that was founded in 1799.  

Located in the old Town Hall, the museum was originally constructed in 1883 as a schoolhouse.

This website is a work-in-progress. As research is completed, and we obtain additional photos and information, we will continue to update the site.

Please visit us often! We hope that if you have memories of living in or near the town, this site will inspire you to contact us in order to share your memories and help document both the town and the greater Haymarket area.  


Civil War 150th Anniversary Seal

There are two Civil War Trails signs located to the east of the Museum describing the 1862 burning of the town and the 1863 Battle of Haymarket.

Caboose 2009

The Southern Railway Caboose is located to the west of the Museum and is open every September during the annual Haymarket Day Festival.

Last Updated: April 2012

©2012 Haymarket Museum


Haymarket Museum

Haymarket Museum