Permanent Exhibits

  • The William M. Tuck Exhibit
  • The Abbyville Collection
  • The Military Exhibit
  • The Country Store
  • The Pioneer Medicine Exhibit
  • The Map of Halifax County
  • Halifax County’s Rail History

Coming Soon

  • A History of Tobacco in Halifax County
  • The Rev. Penick Wagstaff Collection
on display

Be sure to check out our new exhibit

Halifax County’s Rail History

Featured Artists

Recovery Through Art

29 November 2017 – 27 December 2017

Southside Community Services Board (SSCSB) is a non-profit organization that serves the tri-county area of Brunswick, Mecklenburg & Halifax in addressing the needs of the community in mental health, behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, crisis intervention and substance abuse as well as partnering with numerous local organizations.  SSCSB services are available to adults and children.

The 2017 Art Show – “Recovery Through Art” was an opportunity for the individuals we serve to express themselves and showcase their talents and abilities. The focus was to reflect the positive effects that creativity and art have on the development and healing process.

Judging was performed by respected members from the community:  Dan Tanner, Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors (District 3); Linda Davenport, Owner of The Galleria, Clarksville;  Annette Ferguson, Librarian of Cluster springs Elementary School & local crafter, South Boston; and Karen Terry, Gallery Coordinator for The Colonial Center, South Hill.

Although over 85 pieces were submitted by SSCSB clients, only 14 were selected to be featured in the SSCSB’s upcoming 2018 calendar.  These 14 pieces will be part of the traveling art exhibit to be displayed at public locations throughout the tri-county area. Of the total art presented in the 2017 Art show, 73 works will be present at the South Boston – Halifax County Museum

New Artists Coming Soon!

Latest News

November 22, 2017

Shop Small Saturday

Be sure to check out the Museum's Gift Shop on November 25th from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. where you...
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