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Virginia's historic churches, wineries, luxurious inns, beaches, and stunning outdoor beauty make for beautiful and meaningful wedding locations.
The first permanent English colony was established in the New World. Visit Historic Jamestowne and Jamestown Settlement for the story and experience.
Built in 1665 by Arthur Allen, Bacon's Castle is the only surivivng example of Jacobean architecture in the United States and the oldest brick dwel...
For those conducting family history or historical research, the Bassett Historical Center is a gem. It has all records for Henry, Patrick, Pittsylv...
Bedford Museum and Genealogical Library
Visit the "Cattashowrock Town" the Native Palisade Fort. Tribal Interpretative Trails, Powwow Grounds and Native Sweat Lodge.&nbs...
The Clarksville Regional Museum serves as a depository for the collection and preservation of items which are historically significant to the past,...
One of the nation's most historic routes, the trail was blazed by the legendary frontiersman in 1775 and has become the route for hundreds of thous...
The park overlooks a pond on the rolling countryside of what was once the Edmunds' dairy farm.The park offers many activities including horseshoes...
Completed in 1834 and named in honor of President James Monroe, Fort Monroe is recognized as the largest stone fort ever built in the United States...
Are you curious about the history of and the events that transpired in Martinsville-Henry County? Take a moment to step back in time and read about...
Hampton University Museum
Jamestown Settlement, a museum of 17th-century Virginia history and culture, explores America's first permanent English colony through film, galler...
Legend has it that the springs were discovered by an Indian brave in the 1600's. Soon European Americans were frequenting the healing waters. By 17...
Martinsville fish dam (fish weir) is one of few such Native American structures of its type remaining in the state - several along Smith River. The ...
The Mattaponi Reservation, located in West Point, Virginia, is a small monument to the once thriving tribes that were represented in the great Powh...
Open from 11 am to 4 pm every Saturday, the Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia Community House and Interpretive Center provides visit...
Pocahontas Island, named after the legendary Native American princess, is probably Petersburg's earliest predominantly African-American neighborhoo...
Heirloom Indian Cornmeal. An Old Fashioned Grist Mill on Virginia's Eastern Shore
Heirloom Stone Ground Indian Cornmeal made from Circa 184...
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