Blacksburg Museum and Cultural Foundation

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The Blacksburg Museum and Cultural Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and promoting Blacksburg’s historic, artistic, and cultural heritage. The organization was formed by the Blacksburg Town Council in 2010, initially to raise funds for the restoration of the Alexander Black House. The foundation, while still actively campaigning for the restoration, is an independent organization that the town has entrusted to oversee all museum and cultural operations, including the management and oversight of the Alexander Blacksburg Museum and Cultural Foundation LogoBlack House as well as St. Luke and Odd Fellows Hall. 

The Alexander Black House, which is currently under restoration, will be a cultural center celebrating Blacksburg’s heritage while providing space for public and private events, educational programming, and the arts. While awaiting restoration, the Blacksburg Museum and Cultural Foundation pursues its mission through innovative exhibits and programs that engage and enhance the community. 

The foundation offices are located at 204 Draper Road, SW, which is known as the Alexander Black House. 

For more information about the foundation, visit, email or call 540-558-0746.