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Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail

One of Virginia's most perfectly preserved jails from the early 1800's. The jail buildings now feature displays concerning history of both the jails and Fauquier County as a whole. 

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(The second floor of the Museum is currently inaccessible by wheelchair, however a video / audio tour of the facility is available, as well as a virtual tour in areas that are not accessible by wheelchair.)

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