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Fireside chats, hot cocoa, festive decorations, and twinkling lights. Spend these special days in Virginia with the ones you love.
Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Experience a part of the first hour of the Battle of Cross Keys at the new Artillery Ridge interpretation site. See, hear and smell what it may ha...
This historic landmark was built ca. 1800 on Linville Creek by pioneer Abraham Breneman, who migrated from Pennsylvania in 1770. It is a four-stor...
Inscription reads: "The town of Bridgewater was a center of Confederate logistical activity during the Civil War. It also sent one company of ...
Inscription reads: "After his victory at the Battle of McDowell on May 8, 1862, Gen. Stonewall Jackson made plans to attack another Federal force in ...
Harrisonburg was Rockingham County’s seat of government and largest town, and it was an ideal site for a hospital. When the Civil War began i...
Conrad's Store - Elkton
Welcome to CrossRoads--where journeys of faith and conscience meet. This center focuses on the Shenandoah Valley's Brethren and Mennonite heritage...
Inscription reads: "During the Civil War, the Daniel Bowman Mill occupied this site, grinding wheat brought here by Rockingham County farmers. The ...
The Daniel Harrison House, also known as "Fort Harrison", was built in 1749 by Daniel Harrison, the first settler in Dayton. Daniel was the brothe...
Inscription reads: "In the fall of 1864, attacks by Confederate raiders and bushwhackers angered Federal officers in the Shenandoah Valley. On ...
Inscription reads: "Here on the old Swift Run Gap Road on the evening of October 3, 1864, Union Lt. John Rodgers Meigs was killed in a fight with ...
Inscription reads: "The death of Union Lt. John R. Meigs, near the granite marker on the hill in front of you, unleashed a firestorm of retaliation. ...
The Elk Run Cemetery has graves of 48 Confederate soldiers, both Civil War veterans and those killed in battle. These are marked. There is also an ...
Grand Caverns is a powerful example of Nature's handiwork. Gigantic stalactites point down from above. Equally imposing stalagmites thrust upward f...
Jennings House - Elkton
Inscription reads: "This eight-room brick dwelling was built in 1840 for Dr. Simeon B. Jennings, a former resident of Port Republic. At the time of...
The Lincoln Homestead c. 1800 is currently privately owned. However, there is a historical marker in front of the home and visitors are allowed to...
In the heart of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley lies a single remnant of Zenda, a settlement formed after the Civil War by newly freed slaves. When ...
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