Fodor's Expert Review P. Buckley Moss Museum

Staunton Museum/Gallery

Seven miles east of Staunton, the P. Buckley Moss Museum is a free full-scale gallery of paintings and drawings by one of the Valley's most recognized artists. Moss, who moved to Waynesboro in 1964, was inspired by the quiet dignity and simplicity of the "plain people"—those in the Mennonite communities of the Shenandoah Valley—and has made these neighbors her subject matter. Don't miss the large-scale dollhouse built into a staircase. Her studio, a converted barn about 2 mi from the museum, opens a few times a year to the public.


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150 P Buckley Moss Dr.
Waynesboro, Virginia  22980, United States


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Rate Includes: Free, Mon.–Sat. 10–6, Sun. 12:30–5:30.

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