Our collection, housed in the stone office of the 1789 grain mill, showcases an iron bar from the 1755 iron works. This treasure was named in Virginia’s Top 10 Endangered Artifacts of 2015 by the Virginia Association of Museums. Pictures, artifacts, and documents relate over 250 years of Occoquan history.
The museum is temporarily closed due to the pandemic.
We create and design custom stained glass panels, lamps, suncatchers or any idea you may have. We also do stained glass repairs and restorations. Classes are available on an individual basis. Classes are continuous in 5-week segments, 2 hours per week. Gifts for purchase are also available.
An eclectic blend of curated, vintage and antique items along with an ever–changing collection of interesting and/or unusual findings. Some highlights: Barware, Estate Art, Pyrex, Mirrors, Glass, Pewter, Bodum, Beer Steins, Teacups and Teapots. We also offer restoration help and drop–in workshops. 100% hassle–free returns • 24/7 dog treats and water • Little Free Library • Children and Pets Welcome. Occoquan Marketplace purchases from The Preservation Station may be picked up or delivered.
We’ve created a place in Occoquan where folks can gather to share their passion for knitting, crochet, tatting, weaving, spinning, and more. With an incredibly vibrant, eye-catching selection of unique yarns and supplies, we can’t wait to see what you create. Have questions? You can reach us on all the social media, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the shop.