Calendar – Events

 

CALL 540-248-0116 to plan a visit! Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Open Monday by Appointment.

 
Jul
13
Sat
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 13 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
14
Sun
Museum Closed Sunday
Jul 14 all-day
Museum Closed Sunday

The Museum is Closed Sunday.

 

Jul
15
Mon
Museum Closed – Open by Appointment @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 15 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Closed - Open by Appointment @ The 29th Division Museum

Visits can be scheduled from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Mondays if you call ahead at least by the Friday before your Monday arrival.

Interstate Travelers should call the Museum ahead of your visit if you can. Even if you have just pulled in to our parking area, we will accommodate you during your stop if it at all possible.

Jul
16
Tue
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 16 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
17
Wed
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 17 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
18
Thu
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 18 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
19
Fri
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 19 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
20
Sat
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 20 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
21
Sun
Museum Closed Sunday
Jul 21 all-day
Museum Closed Sunday

The Museum is Closed Sunday.

 

Jul
22
Mon
Museum Closed – Open by Appointment @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 22 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Closed - Open by Appointment @ The 29th Division Museum

Visits can be scheduled from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Mondays if you call ahead at least by the Friday before your Monday arrival.

Interstate Travelers should call the Museum ahead of your visit if you can. Even if you have just pulled in to our parking area, we will accommodate you during your stop if it at all possible.

Jul
23
Tue
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 23 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
24
Wed
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 24 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
25
Thu
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 25 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
26
Fri
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 26 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

Jul
27
Sat
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum
Jul 27 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum Open @ The 29th Division Museum

The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army.

The origins of the 116th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early 1740s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia. Repeatedly drawing its strength from Citizen-Soldiers, the fabled unit saw action in the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the American Civil War earning the name “The Stonewall Brigade”, and the First and Second World Wars.

The 116th Infantry Regiment is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The regiment distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theatre of Operations is a compelling story of the regiment’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now named the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, The 116th has been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the unit has a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governor of Virginia.

Since 1741 Virginia Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History. Visit the Stonewall Brigade Museum to explore more than 275 years of Colonial, Virginia, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Regiment that participated in all of it.

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,