Exhibitions

The Long Branch Story Gallery

The Long Branch Story

The Long Branch Story

Enjoy this modern museum exhibit which explores the full history of our house and plantation. Historically this room was used for storage and kitchen items.

 

 

 

 
 
 

Temporary Exhibit – WWII on the Home Front and Battlefront

A WWII Era Christmas Card

A WWII Era Christmas Card

Throughout the month of December, Long Branch Plantation will host a temporary exhibit entitled, “WWII on the Home Front and Battlefront.” The entire exhibit is comprised of historic artifacts graciously provided on temporary loan to Long Branch by Phil Fravel, a local resident and private collector.

The exhibit compliments Long Branch’s holiday theme of “Christmas on the WWII Home Front.” Please be sure to stop by Long Branch to experience period decorations and holiday cheer, while also learning about the WWII era!

 

 

 
 
  

 

 

Changing Gallery Space

Riding Through History: Exploring Clarke's Colonial Roads

Riding Through History: Exploring Clarke’s Colonial Roads

Stop by Long Branch to view the newly installed exhibit, “Riding through History: Exploring Clarke’s Colonial Roads,” co-curated by local historian Matthew Mackay-Smith, the Clarke County Historical Association, and Long Branch Plantation.
 

 

 
 
  
 
  

Historic Bedchamber

History Detectives Exhibit in the Master Bedroom

History Detectives Exhibit in the Master Bedroom

Historically, this was one of five bedrooms in the home. Eventually, this space will be furnished to re-create a 19th century bedroom. The room currently displays the exhibit, “History Detectives: Uncovering 200 Years of History at Long Branch Plantation.”