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Fireside chats, hot cocoa, festive decorations, and twinkling lights. Spend these special days in Virginia with the ones you love.
Reconnect with those who know you best when you plan a heartwarming getaway in Virginia.
Visit the Lynchburg Museum at the Old Court House and be introduced to Lynchburg's fascinating history! Step into the Court Room Gallery where you ...
Tour sign located near buildings used as Confederate hospitals during the war. Thirty-two hospitals treated 3,000 - 4,000 patients at a time, many ...
Daniel's Hill Historic District
Recorded commentary describes Civil War medical conditions at the medical office of Dr. John J. Terrell during the Civil War. Serves as monument to...
Completed in 1815 by Dr. George Cabell, his Federal style mansion overlooking the James River features carefully restored interiors that prese...
The Presbyterian Cemetery
Anne Spencer was a poet, a civil rights activist, a teacher, librarian, wife and mother, and a gardener. More than thirty of her poems were publi...
Also known as the Old Methodist Cemetery, this registered historic landmark opened in 1806 as a public burying ground.
The 26-acre site fea...
Early moved troops into the cemetery during the battle to bolster his lines at the Salem Turnpike. Later, Confederate Gens. Thomas T. Munford, Jame...
Built earlier in 1864 to protect the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, the fort was used by Confederates defending the right flank during Hunter's ...
This is a series of forts built in 1863. Early began moving troops into the line June 17, with Fort Early at the center, guarding the Lynchburg-Salem ...
Sandusky Historic Site & Civil War Museum
In the mid-eighteenth century, pioneer Quakers settled the Lynchburg area. South River Meeting was organized in 1757 when Sarah Lynch gave 2 acres of ...
The Virginian Railway Heritage Trail has been formed to locate and identify surviving structures and facilities of the old Virginian railroad which...
Thomas Road Baptist Church
A visit to Poplar Forest offers a unique opportunity to observe a “live” archaeological dig and ...
Old Campbell County Courthouse
This is the oldest traffic circle in the VDOT system. The fountain and flowers were designed, installed and maintained by the Village Garden Club.<...
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