The Museum also houses several other exhibitions and collections. The Dunbar Collection is an expansive look at Dunbar High School, a school for African Americans. The Piedmont Pride Gallery explores the lives of soldiers from Lynchburg, and the Museum has also worked to digitize some of their 10,000 photographs for the Lynchburg photograph website.
The building that the Museum is located in is the Lynchburg Courthouse. Built in the Greek Revival Style, the building features a shallow dome. On the portico is a clock that was shipped from Boston in 1833 and continues to function today. In 1884, the courthouse became the first building in the city of Lynchburg to use electrical lighting. The Lynchburg Courthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.