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Virginia is the home of more United States presidents than any other state. Visit the homes of six on your next Virginia adventure.
Go "on location" in Virginia when you visit the sites where movies and television series have been made.
Learn about the settlement, important events, and well-known residents that lived in the oldest Virginia city west of the Blue Ridge Mountains....
The courthouse was first established in 1762, on land donated by Dr. Thomas Walker. William Cabell was the first builder of the original frame buil...
Aldie Mill Historic Park
Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for more than 400,000 active duty service members, veterans an...
In 1799, James Monroe and his family moved into Highland, their Albemarle "cabin castle," adjacent to Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Jefferson, Mon...
Avoca, the principal architectural landmark of the Town of Altavista, is an American Queen Anne-style house, designed by architect J.M.B. Lewis and...
Belle Grove is located in the northern Shenandoah Valley near Middletown, Virginia. It is an authentic 1797 Manor House, was built by Major Isaac H...
Berkeley's history begins in 1619 when settlers observed the first official Thanksgiving in America. The original 1726 Georgian mans...
Brandon was originally a vast land grant to John Martin, companion of Captain John Smith, on his first voyage to America. The tract was known as Ma...
The Cape Henry Lighthouse was built in 1792. It started to crack in 1870 and was replaced with the new Cape Henry Lighthouse only 357 feet awa...
Cedar Grove Plantation was the birthplace of Letitia Christian Tyler. She was the wife of 10th President John Tyler, and came from one of New Kent ...
Centre Hill was built in 1823 by Robert Bolling IV, a Revolutionary War veteran. The house was restored in the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth c...
The Visitor Center is located in the county’s historic 1901 Clerk’s Office adjacent to Charles City Courthouse, the 3rd oldest courthou...
Charlotte Court House Historic District
Discover Colonial Williamsburg
Become a citizen of the Revolutionary City and engage with the local community and ex...
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