The Norfolk Rooms
August 16, 2014 — March 29, 2020
The Willoughby-Baylor House, built in 1794, was the long-time home of the Norfolk History Museum.
The Federal-style home with a Greek Revival porch has reopened after an extensive renovation, and now tells the history of our heritage port city in a mix of art and artifacts in The Norfolk Rooms.
These second-floor galleries showcase some of the finest art and artifacts from the Tidewater region, including paintings, sculpture, furniture, and silver.
It’s a celebration of a rich history of creativity and culture. The house is currently open by appointment only. Please call the Museum Welcome Desk at 757-664-6200 to schedule your visit. 601 E. Freemason St.