New Exhibits 


October 6-February 18, 2018
The Forgotten World War: Its Impact at Home
Working in conjunction with Prince William County, this exhibit will look at the homefront in Prince William County and Manassas during World War I.  The exhibit will include music and propaganda; the impact of the Spanish Flu epidemic in the area; and the growth of farms and local military bases, and their impact on the county.  A final section will honor all the soldiers from the area that were killed in action.
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WWI exhibit

March 2 - April 1, 2018
Artistic Expression  
Now in its’ fifth year, this annual show will feature the art of students from Osbourn High School.  Various mediums and types of art will be featured in this exhibit.
 Artistic Expression

April 13 -September 16
Expanding Boundaries

 This exhibit looks at the impact the Manassas Boys and Girls Club has on our community and the children it serves.  Through its focus on academic success, good character and citizenship, and promoting healthy lifestyles, the Club fulfills its mission to help boys and girls of all backgrounds, especially those who need them most, acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults.

April 13 - September 16
Living the American Dream: Robert Portner, Immigrant, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist

(Guest Curator, Michael Gaines)

The story of Robert Portner and his impact on Manassas.

September 28 - February 18, 2019
Rohr Dolls/Dollhouses

Drawing exclusively from the museum's large collection of Rohr dolls, doll houses and accessories, this exhibit will feature examples from one of the most well-known local families of the mid-20th century.
November 30 - December 31 
Deck the Halls Museum

Kindergarteners and first graders at Round Elementary School mount a special holiday exhibit of decorated trees. Each classroom selected a book and created ornaments for their tree based on the themes and ideas from the story.