Clarksville Regional Museum


The Clarksville Regional Museum located on 8th Street is in the historic home of the late Samuel Davis, II. Local citizens who love history organized the museum to preserve Clarksville area history. The museum serves as a depository of unique historic items that links the area’s past to its future. Exhibits include a Tobacco room, a Buffalo Lithia Springs room, a typical sewing room and a military room. There is also on display a collection of arrow heads and agricultural implements. Special exhibit is a miniture town of Clarksville in the 1950’s donated by a local Train Club. The Museum is operated by volunteers. Hours of operation: Friday and Saturday: 1-4PM; Sunday: 2-4PM. The Museum operates April through November. Special tours are available by calling the Museum or 434-374-8817. Admission is FREE! Tax deductible donations are accepted payable to the Clarksville Regional Museum and mailed to 801 West Street, Clarksville, VA 23927. For further information: Call 434-374-4434 or email Visit the museum’s web site: