Historic Pleasant Grove and Museum

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Historic Pleasant Grove and Museum


Historic Pleasant Grove is a community landmark in McLean, Virginia, built by and for African and Native Americans in the late 19th century.

Frances K. Moore Memorial Museum Named for a descendant of the church founders, the Frances K. Moore Museum opened in 1998. It displays a unique collection of late nineteenth and early twentieth century household furnishings, tools, photographs, and memorabilia from the Sharper family.

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8641 Lewinsville Road McLean, Virginia 22102


“Historic Pleasant Grove and Museum,” Fairfax County African American History Inventory, accessed March 1, 2024, https://fairfaxaahi.centerformasonslegacies.com/items/show/194.