MSV Day at Museum of Shenandoah Valley

Today is MSV Day at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester.

Admission is free to the galleries and exhibitions from 11 am to 4 pm.

This is one of your last chances to see National Geographic’s Photo Ark exhibit by the renowned photographer Joel Sartore.

The exhibit leaves MSV on Sunday.

Guests are also invited to explore The Trails which go through 50 acres of museum grounds including fields, woods, wetlands, and art installations .

The Trails open from 7 am to dusk and are free year round.

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MSV opens doors for free event

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley is opening its doors to the community today from 10 am to 5 pm with free admission to its galleries and gardens.

The galleries feature the exhibit “Norman Rockwell’s America.”

The exhibit showcases his original paintings and 323 vintage Saturday Evening Post covers.

Make sure to check out the Invitational Outdoor Sculpture show with installations from local artists.

From 10:00-2:00, there is a car show for antique and modified vehicles.

Food trucks will also be on the museum grounds.

For more information on today’s event, head over to themsv.org.

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