VIRTUAL MUSEUM An online collection of Stafford history and artifacts

Mysterious Objects Answer

ANSWER: If you want to see thousands of bullets found in Stafford, visit the remarkable White Oak Civil War Museum. To find the answer to the question, view the following YouTube video. Click here.

Student Page

Student Page

Explore an interactive map of historical spots in Stafford!

Have your child click a cherry and zoom their way to fun. Out comes a little bit of Stafford’s history along with a picture and an address. Use George’s map to plan a trip or just have some fun…

Artifact: Aquia Sandstone

Click on an artifact to learn its history

Picture: Bullet 2

Picture: Bullet 1

Mysterious Objects

Mysterious Objects

QUESTION: Is there truth to the phrase “bite the bullet?”

Visit Our Museum

Visit Our Virtual Museum

From prehistory to modern day, Stafford County’s got it all!

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Teacher Page

Teacher Page

Make history and the Standards of Learning (SOLs) come alive for Stafford students!

For Students and Teachers


For Students &

Trail to Freedom

Stafford Airport Terminalfront2

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Explore Our Resources

Explore Our Resources

Do your own research using our bibliographies, records, and library suggestions.

Click an Artifact

Click on an Artifact to Learn its History

Featured Exhibit

Our newest exhibit is all about Modern Stafford.

Did you know?

Did you know?

Find interesting facts about Stafford’s history.

Support the Museum

Support the Stafford Museum

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You can help!

You can help us add to our museum collection. We are looking for documents, photographs, letters, and diaries that we can scan and return to you. After we have a physical building, you can donate or loan artifacts.

Please contact us if you are willing to build our collection.

Join Us

Join Us

as we create our Stafford Museum. Attached is a membership form to become a Friend of Stafford Museum and Cultural Center Foundation.