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Virginia's historic homes (and a few private ones) open their doors to you this holiday season. Take a tour!
Reconnect with those who know you best when you plan a heartwarming getaway in Virginia.
Virginia Creeper Trail Bike Shop is a full-service shop in Abingdon that provides shuttle service and mountain bike rentals to Damascus and ...
Dixie Candle Company
Holston Mountain Artisans proudly represents the spirit and heritage of the mountain community we cherish. Southwestern Virginia, Northwestern ...
The Holston Mountain Artisans, a group of 133 mountain-inspired local Southwest Virginia artisans follow the old time-honored methods of creating ...
Ackland: home of James C. Greenway, structure was built in 1859. Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan stayed at this house during the summer of 1864....
Colonel James White House: built in 1819, store and office added in 1828. The structure was damaged during the courthouse fire and restored after the ...
Dr. William H. Pitts House: Dr. Pitts practiced medicine in Abingdon during the Civil War. This home was built in 1854....
Dunn's Hotel/The Virginia House: Built in 1846, served as the center for many activities during the 1860's....
The Bank/Preston House: Exchange Bank of Virginia constructed in 1858....
Abingdon was the boyhood home of Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. This marker is located in front of the Fields-Penn house....
General Francis Preston's Law Office: constructed in 1815....
Ludowick C. Price/E.L. Davenport House: western portion of this house was built in 1825, the eastern addition in 1835....
Rohr House/Marcella: Rev. Phillip Rohr residence was built in 1845...
Samuel A. Preston House: built in 1857...
The Washington House: Abingdon's first hotel, constructed in 1835 by Thomas Findley....
The William King House: King, one of the owners of the saltworks in Saltville, constructed this home in 1803. Named "Grace Hill", it was the first ...
Thomas P. Hoofnagle House: constructed in 1851...
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