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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 journey has been long, but while the Alexander Black House has rested a few years on a grassy knoll on Draper Road, a clear and compelling v...
The Brush Mountain Coal Miners Memorial is a black granite monument that celebrates the lives and spirits of the Brush Mountain Coal miner. There a...
The Christiansburg Institute was founded in 1866 by Union Captain Charles S. Schaeffer an agent of the Freedman's Bureau. The school was supported by ...
This active church was first started in the early 1800's. The original building was converted log cabin built in 1856. It soon grew in size and the ...
This historic home is a private residence. It was the home of Colonel George Hancock aid-de-campe for Count Pulaski, during the American Revolution. ...
Fotheringay was built soon after 1796, when Colonel George Handcock bought the property from Colonel Joseph Kent who has acquired the land in 179...
The Historic Cambria Depot is an Tuscan Italianate Depot built by the Virginia Tennessee Railroad in 1867 and opened in 1868. It is one of only two...
Built in 1773 by Revolutionary War Patriot, William Preston, Smithfield Plantation is a beautifully maintain home. House tours are offered. Also on ...
Kentland Plantation is currently owned by the college of Agriculture and Life Sciences from Virginia Tech. It was originally a large plantation own...
This modest brick church was built in 1848 and is the center of the small community of Lafeyette. The church in on the National Register of Historic ...
Meadowbrook Museum showcases the eastern part of Montgomery County's rich history. The exhibits include local family displays, schools, springs, and ...
This park is a walking trail through a part of the old Merrimac Coal Mines. This mine was one of the oldest anthracite mine in Montgomery County. It ...
The county courthouse is the home to the vital records for the county. In the records vault one can find, marriage records, wills, land transfers, ...
The local library system has three locations throughout the county, Christiansburg, Blacksburg, and Meadowbrook. They all contain local history and ...
The museum is located in the old Manse for the Christiansburg Presbyterian Church. The home was built around 1852. It showcases regional historical ...
A monument marks the location of the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs Resort. During the Civil War the resort was ran by the Confederate Government ...
Mount Pleasant Church is located on the slopes of Christiansburg Mountain. Several Confederate soldiers are buried in the wooded cemetery behind the ...
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