The Willoughby-Baylor House, at 601 E. Freemason St., as seen from the garden.
Completed in 1794, this building was the long-time home of the Norfolk History Museum. Now reopen after being closed for renovations, it features a new mix of art and artifacts. More.
The Moses Myers House at 323 E. Freemason St. Both houses are in the shadow of MacArthur Center.
Moses Myers House
The Moses Myers House, the oldest Jewish home in America open to the public as a museum, offers a vivid portrayal of the life of an early 19th century merchant family. More.
WBH: The Norfolk Rooms
A collection of period artwork, furnishings and silver reflecting our city's history. More.
WBH: Democratic Designs
This display is our largest exhibition of American folk art in 30 years. More.
MMH: Adeline's Portal
Beth Lipman's conceptual glass art installation is inspired by Adeline Myers, who lived in the home in the early 1800s. More.
MMH: Moses Myers, Maritime Merchant
This exhibition explores the business of maritime commerce using the life of Moses Myers as an example.
MMH: Barton Myers, Norfolk Visionary
"The First Citizen of Norfolk" had a hand in everything from a world's fair to major industrial and real estate developments.
Open Saturday & Sunday:
12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission is free. School and group tours are available by appointment.
GUIDED TALKS AND TOURS
Saturday and Sunday afternoons
Check our Events Calendar for specific times and topics.
by the family of
T. Parker Host Jr.