"A Decade Afield" opens June 3
Achieving Balance with Artist Diana Reuter-Twining and the Virginia National Ballet
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The Museum will close on May 2 as we prepare our anniversary exhibition: A Decade Afield: Celebrating 10 Years of the NSLM’s Museum, opening June 3. The Library and Forrest E. Mars, Sr. Exhibit Hall will remain open.

The Library and Museum are now open Thursday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm. Visitors can purchase admission for the Museum onsite. The Library is free and open to the public, tickets are not required.

Telling the story of sporting life through books and art.

Founded in 1954, the National Sporting Library & Museum (NSLM) is located in Middleburg, the heart of Virginia’s beautiful hunt country. The inviting, 6-acre campus, world-class research Library, and fine art Museum highlight the rich heritage and tradition of country pursuits. Angling, horsemanship, shooting, steeplechasing, foxhunting, flat racing, polo, coaching, and wildlife are among the subjects one can explore in the institution’s general stacks, rare book holdings, archives, and art collection. The NSLM offers a wide variety of educational programs, exhibitions, and family activities throughout the year.

Current Exhibitions

We’re extremely grateful to our contributors and proud to provide access to international scholars and the public to learn about American field sports.
Manuel H. Johnson - Chairman of the Board