The Dahlgren Heritage Foundation is working toward the opening of a new museum in King George County, Virginia, that will be a center for community education, recreation, unique exhibits and stunning naval artifacts. This exciting project is off to a great start, and there are many ways that you can become involved. Using this website you can send us your comments and ideas, volunteer to help out, make an online donation, become a member of the museum or sign up to receive updates through our email newsletter.
Beginning April 19, the museum will be open on the third Saturday of each month from noon to 4 p.m.
The museum is recruiting volunteers to staff the building and will add
operating hours as soon as we have volunteers to staff it. E-mail:
for more information.
Register Now for "Science and Engineering LIVE!"
Dahlgren Heritage Museum presents Science and Engineering LIVE, a STEM event for kids ages 8 - 15. Presented by Brian Dillon, an employee at NSWC Dahlgren Division, kids will participate in this interactive program that will explore the transition between science and engineering, as well as physics and chemistry, and will include experiments with no known outcome - it will be up to the kids to find the answers!
Cost of the event is free to children of museum members and a donation for kids of non-members. Snacks will be served. Sign up is on first come, first served basis. Click here to register your child today! Deadline for registration is Thursday, April 17.
How You Can Help
Dahlgren Heritage Museum Needs Volunteers!
Dahlgren Museum to hold docent training for museum volunteers. E-mail:
if you plan to attend.
Donate to Dahlgren Heritage Museum:
Welcome to One of Our Newest Members, Senator Tim Kaine!
Senator Tim Kaine visited with some Dahlgren Museum board members at UMW-Dahlgren on Aug. 27 and became a museum member! Thank you, Senator Kaine, for your support. Look for the senator to return for a community forum event soon.
The Dahlgren Heritage Museum is a proud member of the AASLH