Featured Items from the Museum

Model of the Merchants' Mill

Occoquan Town Council Member Dr. James Walbert designed and handcrafted the model shown above of Occoquan's 18th century Merchants' Mill.  Dr. Walbert used old photographs and drawings of the mill to guide his efforts.  The scale is 1/4 inch = 1 foot.  On December 8, 2011, Dr. Walbert presented the model to the Occoquan Historical Society, where it will be displayed in the Mill House Museum.  This is the first and only model reproduction of the mill of which we are aware.

John Underwood

A special exhibit at the Museum on John Underwood -- Occoquan resident and abolitionist.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the

Mill House Museum is closed

until further notice.

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Letter from the President -- Adopt an Historic Marker

Click Here for a Timeline of Occoquan History

Click Here to See a Slideshow of Our

Civil War Sesquicentennial Reenactment Event

Occoquan, VA -- July 31, 2010

Courtesy of Boyd Alexander

 

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