Arlington Historical Society Museum

87
Arlington Historical Society Museum
Arlington Historical Society Museum is listed in the Museums category in Arlington, Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arlington Historical Society Museum which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arlington Historical Society Museum on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for Arlington Historical Society Museum is:
1805 S Arlington Ridge Rd
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 892-4204

"Arlington Historical Society Museum" - Social Networks

Click to visit the social networks of Arlington Historical Society Museum:
87
Arlington Historical Society Museum has an overall ZapScore of 87. This means that Arlington Historical Society Museum has a higher ZapScore than 87% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Arlington, Virginia is 38 and in the Museums category is 56. Learn more about ZapScore.

Do you own or manage this business? Click here to claim the Arlington Historical Society Museum listing and add social networks, logos, descriptions and more.

Arlington Historical Society Museum Contact Information:

Social Posts for Arlington Historical Society Museum

Arlington Historical Museum shared Arlington Historical Society's post.
The Arlington Historical Museum is open today from 1-4 pm Free! Stop in today to see our temporary exhibit on World War I. The exhibit features items from Arlingtonians who served in the Great War, some of which has not been on display in the museum for many years, if ever. WWI changed the world and it changed Arlington. This exhibit is part of the county’s commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the U. S. entering the First World and will run through the Armistice Day.

Arlington Historical Museum shared Arlington Historical Society's post.
Just published: "Interpreting the Civil War at Museums and Historic Sites." Chapter 2 is of special interest to Arlington history: "Billy Yank not Johnny Reb: Focusing Civil War Exhibits on the Union in Virginia" by AHS's Arlington Historical Museum Director, Dr. Mark Benbow. The chapter "explores the challenges of interpreting Unionism and Union occupation in Virginia at a small museum in Arlington." Congratulations Dr. Benbow!
In about a week I will submit a completed manuscript to Rowman & Littlefield for my edited collection, Interpreting the Civil War at Museums and Historic Sites, which will appear in their Inter…

Arlington Historical Museum shared Arlington Historical Society's post.
The Arlington Historical Museum is open today from 12:30-3:30 pm Free! Stop in today to see our new temporary exhibit on World War I. WWI changed the world and it changed Arlington. This exhibit is part of the county’s commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the U. S. entering the First World and will run through the summer. The exhibit will feature items from Arlingtonians who served in the war, some of which have not been in display in the museum for many years, if ever. The exhibit will also include items from the personal collection of Arlington Historical Museum Director Dr. Mark Benbow

Arlington Historical Museum added an event.
Visit the Arlington Historical Society at its indoor booth at the Arlington County Fair, Friday through Sunday afternoon. Test your knowledge of Arlington history, pose for a picture with one of the thousands of “Billy Yank” soldiers stationed at the Arlington ring of forts during the Civil War, and learn more about what society does and how YOU can become involved. (See http://arlingtoncountyfair.us/ for more details about the fair.)
1 person interested

May 31 In 1742, what eventually became Arlington County was organized as part of faorfax County. Find out how Arlington really got started and why, decades before it became part of DC.
Who was the Fairfax family?  The Colonial History of Fairfax County: A three-hour discussion about the Fairfax family and the founding of Fairfax County.  We will also view rarely seen historical documents from the Fairfax Circuit Court Historic Records Center signed by the Fairfax family, George Wa...