Afro-American Historical Association

Historical SitesThe Plains, VA

AAHA is an organization designed for the purpose of teaching a complete and accurate history of the United States by including the influences of African Americans, Native Americans of both North and South America, and European Americans. Museum exhibits hold valuable photographs and artifacts, important to Fauquier County's local history, as well as our Nation's history, in addition to the research facility which holds thousands of files for genealogical research.

Afro-American Historical Association

4243 Loudoun Avenue
The Plains, VA 20198

Fauquier County, VA
540-253-7488

TOUR INFO

Tue – Wed: 10 – 3, Sat – appointment only

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LOCAL TOURISM REFERENCES

Warrenton-Fauquier Visitor’s Center
33 N. Calhoun St. Warrenton, VA 20186
540-341-0988 or 800-820-1021
Daily 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
www.visitfauquier.com