Current Exhibits at Freeman Store and Museum!!

TWO Exhibits are OPEN at the Freeman Store, 131 Church Street NE. “The History of Agriculture in Vienna and Northern Virginia” tells the story of the evolution of local farming, from tobacco in the 18th century to wheat and more variety in the 19th.  We were still well-known for our dairy farms and orchards in the first half of the 20th century.  And did you know that a Vienna poultry farm provided all of the Eisenhower White House’s fresh eggs?  The exhibit includes maps, photographs, and period artifacts.  The new hallway exhibit is “The Road to Women’s Rights”, a series of exhibit modules describing the suffragist movement.  Each module will be on display for six months through 2020.  The Freeman Store is open Wednesday thru Sunday from 12 to 4 pm. For more information, call (703) 938-5187