National Sporting Library & Museum

Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Library: Free | Museum Free to NSLM Members

General Admission: Adults $10, Seniors (65 and older) $8, Youth (13–18) $8, Youth (12 & under) Free

Free Admission on Wednesdays and last Sundays of the month.

The NSLM is closed on federal holidays. 
In the case of bad weather, the NSLM follows Loudoun County school district decisions.

102 The Plains Road
Middleburg, Virginia 20118-1335
Telephone: (540) 687-6542
Fax: (540) 302-8052

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The permanent art collection of the National Sporting Library & Museum consists of paintings, sculpture, prints, weathervanes, and objets d'art dating from the late 17th century to the present.

Important American, British, and Continental artists such as Abraham Van Calraet, Henri deLattre, Lionel D. R. Edwards, John Emms, Herbert Haseltine, John Frederick Herring, Sr. and John Frederick Herring, Jr., Ben Marshall, Pierre Jules Mêne, Sir Alfred J.Munnings, John R. Skeaping, Edward Troye, Franklin Brooke Voss, and George Wright, as well as lesser known examples by Richard B. Adam, Carroll K. Bassett, Jean Bowman, Paul Desmond Brown, Alvan Fisher, Margariet Kirmse, Michael Lyne, Louis Maurer, Gustave Muss-Arnolt, Wallace Nall, Richard Stone Reeves, and Hobart Stitt are represented.

The collection, first formed with important donations and bequests from the George L. Ohrstrom Family, has expanded over the years through gifts from other NSLM benefactors, including Elizabeth D. Clark, John H. Daniels, Timothy Greenan, Jacqueline B. Mars, Paul Mellon, Jacqueline L. Ohrstrom, Harry T. Peters and Felicia Warburg Rogan.

Study Collection
Unframed prints and drawings are available for scholars to examine and research. Contact Curatorial Department.

Rights and reproductions
Contact Curatorial Department.

Fine art donations
Contact Curatorial Department.

Fine art appraisals
Due to IRS regulations, the National Sporting Library & Museum does not offer valuation services or opinions of any kind. Visit the website for a list of certified appraisers.