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The Virginia Museum of Natural History showcases rotating exhibits about Martinsville, VA's history.
Arts organizations, galleries, performances and other cultural opportunities in Martinsville, VA.
Looking for a little local art? Look no further than The Artisan Center in Martinsville, VA.
What it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in charm. The Basset Historical Center and Library in Martinsville, VA has been called “the best little library in Virginia,” and for good reason.
It was in 1961 when the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts began to encourage the formation of a statewide network of local chapters – including the Piedmont Arts Association that represents Martinsville, VA and Henry County to this day.
Reynolds Homestead in Martinsville, VA is the birthplace home of R.J. Reynolds, famed founder of the tobacco manufacturing giant.
Situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Martinsville is home to the Martinsville Speedway and Virginia Museum of Natural History. The city and surrounding Henry County offer an arts culture anchored by The Southern Virginia Artisan Center. Award-winning festivals, parks and outdoor recreation keep residents active. Live music, shopping and entertainment can be found in Uptown Martinsville.
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