18849 Kings Hwy.
The museum preserves the history and legacy of education for African American students in the Northern Neck, especially in Westmoreland County.
The museum is a depository for collections, artifacts, memorabilia, documents and other items related to education.
Built in 1937 in the Colonial Revival style, A. T. Johnson High School was the first public education facility serving African American students in Westmoreland. The school was named for Armstead Tasker Johnson, a black educator and community leader instrumental in its construction.
Open Sat., 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Sun., 2–4 p.m. and other times by appointment.