Eagle Scout Stephen Gump, from Troop 174 in Stanardsville, VA., completed his project to upgrade and repair the Stanardsville Cemetery, located off Celt Road. A work of collaboration with other scouts, family, the GCHS, and permission from the Stanardsville Cemetery Association.
Christmas stories are shared by Joann Powell, GCHS President. Members receive monthly board news through email from board members, who each take turn recounting their stories and interests. Their writings are also published in the Journal section of our website at a delayed date. We encourage feedback.
It might be cold outside, but plenty of warmth inside!
The Museum is open Friday and Saturday each week over the winter months. Inside it is nice and warm. Take your time to look around. We look forward to meeting you.
The GCHS Museum will be closed to guests on Christmas Day.
Sharing the Greene County Record online article, commerating this significant event in our history.
GCHS celebrates! But not a birthday - We have been established since 1978 but opened in our new premises October 4, 2015.
GCHS celebrates! We have been at 360 Main Street, Stanardsville VA, since October 4, 2015.
GCHS celebrates! We use to be housed at the historical Old Jail House in Court Square, Stanardsville, VA.
News clipping from the Greene County Record 3/26/2015 - getting ready to move and updating members and the community of progress at the GCHS Annual gathering at the Rosebrook Inn, in March 2015.
"By the bequest of our (GCHS) benefactor the late Linwood A. Rhodes and the substantial support from Ethyl Giuseppe that we were able to buy 360 Main Street."
Jackie Pamenter, GCHS President 2015
We are pleased to announce the GCHS Museum will be re-opening from Friday September 4, 2020 (there after Friday & Saturday) 10:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m.
The GCHS is working on new procedures to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable time while visiting us.
Please note, some of our exhibits may not be available during your tour.
We thank and appreciate ALL our guests for following our rules and guidelines.
Please note a few changes are needed to be implemented to ensure your visit is safe and enjoyable:
Take a stroll, through historic Stanardsville, using the map and directions compiled by Eagle Scout Garrett Ensor, BSA Troop 174 .
Give yourself time and enjoy your self guided walk while following the markers around our town.