PASSION. HISTORY. DEDICATION.
Since 1953, Historic St. Luke’s Restoration, doing business today as St. Luke’s Historic Church & Museum, has been the steward of this American icon and treasure. As an IRS-recognized 501(c)3 non-profit, the Museum is dedicated to the preservation of this 43-acre national historic landmark. Below are just a few of the projects that we currently have underway.
Twelve boxes of files survived the 2005 fire, and approximately 50,000 pages, mostly onion-skin copies, are slowly deteriorating. In early 2016, we began actively encouraging our volunteers to assist us by photocopying these damaged archives onto acid-free paper.
This field trip program is designed to explore what archaeology can tell 4th graders about life in Colonial Virginia via hands-on activities that include the study of the architecture of St. Luke’s Church.
This workshop program is a free workshop designed to provide volunteers with the training and knowledge they need to complete minor cleaning and care of historic tombstones and monuments.