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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
A National Historic Landmark and one of “Virginia’s Best Places to Visit” according to the Travel Channel, Pamplin Historical Par...
Part of Robert E. Lee's Confederate army crossed to the north bank of the Appomattox River here the night of April 2, 1865 as he evacuated ...
Gillfield Baptist Church, Petersburg, Virginia, established in 1797, is the second oldest African-American congregation in Petersburg and one of th...
The Farmer's Bank was incorporated in 1812 and opened its Petersburg branch in 1817. The three-story Federal structure became a frequent gathering ...
The Siege of Petersburg greatly affected the lives of its residents. Lavish lifestyles in the years just prior to the Civil War gave way to a bitter ...
This 18th-century parish church is a memorial to the Southern soldiers who died during the Civil War. In honor of the Confederate dead, each state ...
18th century five part Palladian style mansion which is just beginning restoration. Battersea was built by Petersburg's Founding Father, John ...
The oldest African-American Baptist church in the nation, First Baptist Church had ...
St. Paul's is the historic Episcopal Church in Old Towne Petersburg. Though much has changed in Petersburg since our founding in 1643, the congrega...
Utopia Spa LLC
Petersburg Regional Art Center
A devastating fire on a hot summer night in 1815 wiped out the old towne of Petersburg, a collection of wooden warehouses and homes along the Appom...
Washington Street United Methodist Church
The Retreat Salon and Spa
Upper Appomattox Canal
Petersburg Area Art League
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