The Turner Ashby Room
The Turner Ashby Room describes the Battle of Port Republic, the Battle of Cross Keys, and the village of Port Republic as the site of the last days of Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign, including the death of General Turner Ashby and Jackson's narrow escape during an invasion of the village.
The River Room
The River Room illustrates the history of Port Republic as a typical colonial river port, from its settlement in the mid-1700's to its peak as a major river port and booming industrial town when fleets of barges set off for Harper's Ferry or Baltimore.
The Keeping Room
The Keeping Room interprets the town's history since the Civil War. Exhibits show the cultural development of Port Republic from an industrial village to a residential community as a result of the ravages of war, floods, and the growth of roads and railroads.
The Discovery Room
The Discovery Room's chief purpose is to provide an area for visitor orientation and for research; books, files, documents, maps, and a computer database are available for visitors to use. This room also houses temporary exhibits.