Come visit the Old Brick Hotel where past boarders include lawyers and judges, hot springs visitors, and maybe Jesse James. The Hotel was built in three stages beginning in 1840 across the street from the Craig County Courthouse and was the center of town through the boom times of the early 1900s. In 1982, the newly-formed Craig County Historical Society began restoration efforts, all done with donations and volunteer labor; no government funds. Now, every room on three floors is furnished to showcase local history, from CCC camp #1368 to the 28th Virginia Regiment; from rope beds to Victorian parlor furniture. Since 1999, the Society has relocated three log cabins-- two next door, the other a half block away on Market Street. The most recent involved the return of logs from Explore Park to rebuild the Holstein Cabin, dating from early 1800. All three cabins are furnished with period, Craig County items. In August 2012, the ground-floor Genealogy Library opened where census records, newspaper collections, and family histories can be researched. There are now 30 editions of In & Around Craig County available which detail geographic areas such as Johns Creek and topics like county churches, schools, and Vietnam Veterans from Craig. Call and come visit any time!