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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
The Hill House was built as a private residence in 1820. It was home to three generations of Hills and in the 1960's was left to the Portsmouth His...
The "Path of History" is a string of historical sites in Portsmouth. Public parks serve as bookends to the Path, which links two of the nation's ...
St. Paul’s Catholic Church has established a docent guild so visitors are able to tour this historic church, which is on the National Register of ...
Cedar Grove Cemetery
Hog Island Lighthouse First Order Lens
The Hampton Roads Naval Museum introduces visitors to over 234 years of U.S. Naval history in Hampton Roads, Virginia. One of 12 officially operate...
St, Paul's Church was built in 1739. It is Norfolk's oldest building and the only structure to survive the British destruction of the city on New ...
This walk-it-yourself tour is a heritage trail, which connects historic sites woven among featured attractions in downtown Norfolk. The Cannonball ...
Norfolk is a participant in the Virginia Civil War Trails program that links over 250 sites located throughout the Commonwealth. Visitors can trace ...
One of America's first millionaires and Norfolk's first permanent Jewish settler built this elegant Federal Period home in 1792. Seventy percent of...
Norfolk's Civil War
The parish of this beautifully renovated church dates back to 1791, with the arrivals of the Catholic laity and priests seekingrefuge from th...
Hunter House Victorian Museum
The congregation of this historic church was established in 1800 as an interracial congregation including whites, free blacks andslaves. A re...
Fort Norfolk is the last remaining of 19 harbor-front forts authorized in 1794 by President George Washington.
Stepping through the fort'...
This Civil War monument to honor African American Union soldiers is a rare find in the South -- this is the only one. A column is topped with a black ...
This private residence was constructed in 1791 by Isaac Murray for his son Thomas. The location on Kings Creek and the Eastern Branch of the Elizab...
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