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One of America's oldest frame dwellings (circa 1670), Belle Air is a unique and important architectural monument. Massive pine timbers still serve ...
Berkeley is Virginia's most historic plantation. Visit the site of the first official Thanksgiving (1619). See the birthplace of Benjamin ...
Here Simcoe's British cavalry surprised a party of militia, January 8, 1781. Here Grant's army passed on its way to the river, June, 1864. One of ...
The Visitor Center is located in the county’s historic 1901 Clerk’s Office adjacent to Charles City Courthouse, the 3rd oldest ...
Fort Pocahontas at Wilson's Wharf
Harrison Lake National Fish Hatchery
Overlooking the James River, Kittiewan Plantation is a typical Colonial-period medium-size plantation house characteristic of the Virginia ...
Hog Island Wildlife Management Area
The gardens and grounds of four historic landmark plantations are open daily for self-guided tours and all four may be visited with the "James ...
Explore Civil War history during self-guided touring of the gardens and grounds of four historic landmark plantations and stopping at highway ...
Lawrence Lewis, Jr. Park
Renwood Fields Farm Museum
River's Rest Marina & Resort
Sherwood Forest Plantation
Virginia's first plantation (1613) and America's oldest family-owned business and farm (1638). The most authentic and intact colonial ...
Quiet, peaceful horse farm in rural, historic Charles City. Riding lessons with an experienced ARIA certified instructor. First time beginner ...
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