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The Walton Hamner House and Museum


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128 Tree Top Loop
Schuyler, VA 22969
United States

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The Walton Hamner House and Museum


(??.? miles from you)

128 Tree Top Loop
Schuyler, VA 22969
United States


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Why You Should Go...

You have arrived at the ‘Real’ Walton’s Mountain. Come, sit on the porch and stay awhile.

Take a drive through the meandering country roads south of Charlottesville, east of the Blue Ridge Pa

The Hamner home, headed by Earl Hamner, Sr. and Doris Giannini Hamner, sheltered eight ‘thoroughbred’ siblings who were instilled with determination, tempered with gentility and love of family. His dreams of writing the great American novel took him to New York and Hollywood where he worked in radio, film, and television.

Discover Earl’s enduring legacy through replicas from ‘The Waltons’ Hollywood set and antiques from the Hamner and Giannini homes. Step back to a gentler time...

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Why You Should Go...

You have arrived at the ‘Real’ Walton’s Mountain. Come, sit on the porch and stay awhile.

Take a drive through the meandering country roads south of Charlottesville, east of the Blue Ridge Parkway, and you’ll come to the sleepy childhood home of Earl Hamner Jr., the writer-creator of the much-loved television show "The Waltons."

The Hamner home, headed by Earl Hamner, Sr. and Doris Giannini Hamner, sheltered eight ‘thoroughbred’ siblings who were instilled with determination, tempered with gentility and love of family. His dreams of writing the great American novel took him to New York and Hollywood where he worked in radio, film, and television.

Discover Earl’s enduring legacy through replicas from ‘The Waltons’ Hollywood set and antiques from the Hamner and Giannini homes. Step back to a gentler time...

What You Should Know...

Hours: Open Now. Closes 4:00 PM

10:00am - 4:00pm, Daily

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Discounts: Groups, Military

Access: Wheelchair

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

$8 per person over 6 yrs of age, $7 per person for groups over 20.

Wheelchair access to the first floor. The second floor is only accessible by stairs.

A Bed and Breakfast Inn is being built behind the Walton Hamner House and is scheduled to open at the end of 2019. Walton fans will be delighted to choose from 5 different bedrooms of this Walton inspired depression-era Virginia home.

Up the road is the Walton’s Mountain Museum that includes replicas of The Walton’s living room, kitchen, and John-Boy’s room. Many photos and memorabilia are on display including the most recent acquisition the actual “Pony Cart” used in 2 episodes of the show.

Fun Facts

Each year, cast members from ‘The Waltons’ TV show attend fan-focused reunions in Schuyler. Plan your visit and you might just get to meet some of them as well.

Earl was a 6-year-old only child when his parents moved into the Walton Hamner House in 1929. The House was built in 1915 by the manager of the Alberene Soapstone Company, M.J. Copps and features original hardwood floors that creak in just the right places.

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Why You Should Go...

You have arrived at the ‘Real’ Walton’s Mountain. Come, sit on the porch and stay awhile.

Take a drive through the meandering country roads south of Charlottesville, east of the Blue Ridge Parkway, and you’ll come to the sleepy childhood home of Earl Hamner Jr., the writer-creator of the much-loved television show "The Waltons."

The Hamner home, headed by Earl Hamner, Sr. and Doris Giannini Hamner, sheltered eight ‘thoroughbred’ siblings who were instilled with determination, tempered with gentility and love of family. His dreams of writing the great American novel took him to New York and Hollywood where he worked in radio, film, and television.

Discover Earl’s enduring legacy through replicas from ‘The Waltons’ Hollywood set and antiques from the Hamner and Giannini homes. Step back to a gentler time...

More...

What You Should Know...

Hours: 10:00am - 4:00pm, Daily

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Discounts: Groups, Military

Access: Wheelchair

EXTRA FUN

Insider Info

$8 per person over 6 yrs of age, $7 per person for groups over 20.

Wheelchair access to the first floor. The second floor is only accessible by stairs.

A Bed and Breakfast Inn is being built behind the Walton Hamner House and is scheduled to open at the end of 2019. Walton fans will be delighted to choose from 5 different bedrooms of this Walton inspired depression-era Virginia home.

Up the road is the Walton’s Mountain Museum that includes replicas of The Walton’s living room, kitchen, and John-Boy’s room. Many photos and memorabilia are on display including the most recent acquisition the actual “Pony Cart” used in 2 episodes of the show.

Fun Facts

Each year, cast members from ‘The Waltons’ TV show attend fan-focused reunions in Schuyler. Plan your visit and you might just get to meet some of them as well.

Earl was a 6-year-old only child when his parents moved into the Walton Hamner House in 1929. The House was built in 1915 by the manager of the Alberene Soapstone Company, M.J. Copps and features original hardwood floors that creak in just the right places.

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