As part of our celebration of the 225th Anniversary of the formation of Bath County, Va., the Historical Society is offering a ornament for sale at the Museum in Warm Springs, Va. The ornaments cost $14.00 each, and the optional stand is $1.00 (all taxes included). Get yours before they are gone!
NEW BOOK !!! - A book detailing the history and operation of the Confederate Niter & Mining Bureau District 4 1/2 is now available for sale at the Historical Society. Published in November 2015, "They Also Served" lists the men in the counties of Bath, Highland, Rockbridge, Augusta, Rockingham, Shenandoah and Page in Virginia, and Pocahontas and Pendleton counties in present day West Virginia. To order, please see our Retail Page. Download the file (Word), which contains pricing, shipping and Virginia Sales Tax. Please e-mail us if you have questions, etc. at firstname.lastname@example.org
WINTER HOURS - On November 1, 2015, we will be open on Saturday's (10 A - 4 P), and by appointment. We will continue to respond to e-mail questions, regular mail, and phone messages.
NEW IN THE GIFT SHOP - Our gift shop now has reproductions of eight 1903 water colors images of Warm Springs, individual or in a set. We also have these images available on notecards. To order, please see our Retail Page. Wonderful Christmas Present!!!
Doreen Ralston art - available at the museum retail area
VHS Guests Receive Museum Tour
A number of guests visiting from the Virginia Historical Society enjoyed a tour of the Bath museum hosted by Rick Armstrong, while Nell Carpenter narrated a slideshow of the museum's Hoover photographs.
Preserving Bath County's Past For Generations to Come
The Mission of the Bath County Historical Society is to
collect, preserve, protect and publicly display material that is historically
significant to Bath County; to sponsor the publication of articles and books
focused on this historical record; to contribute to the understanding of Bath County
history, and be developing a direct and meaningful relationship with the
schools, the community and genealogical researchers