Walton's Mountain Museum reviews
We visited "Walton's Mountain" this past Autumn, located in Schuyler, Virginia. It was the fictional location for the TV series, the Waltons (1970s-early 1980s). Located about 30 miles south of... more »
Aside from the obvious (memorabilia from the TV show, “The Waltons”) learning about the show’s creator made this visit worthwhile. Hamner’s journey to Hollywood started here from very humble... more »
The 2 ladies that greeted us were great. Cost$20 for two of us and definitely worth it. We were 15 minutes early and the first ones there and they went ahead and opened. Would certainly go back and highly recommend this place! Love the Walton's! Hard to believe they are not really real!
Great place to visit. Excellent tour of the house. Everything is in walking distance. The Store, The House, The Museum, The Church and the new bed and breakfast that is coming soon. Long back road drive but beautiful area... road is narrow and curvy in places in the way there... typical country Virginia.
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