The Chickahominy House was replicated from the Old Chickahominy House in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. It was designed to showcase the interior of a modern home from the late 1890s to early 1900s. The original house from Virginia was restored in 1955 and is now a world-famous restaurant. The museum is located next door to our 1910 building. It is fully furnished in period pieces from Monroe families. There are 8 rooms on the main level, the upstairs is divided into 3 rooms and includes office space and genealogical research items. The floors are solid cherry.