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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Virginia is the home of more United States presidents than any other state. Visit the homes of six on your next Virginia adventure.
Abingdon is a Virginia Historic Landmark. It's 20-square block Historic District includes: Fields-Penn 1860 House Museum, which shows how a ...
Ackland: home of James C. Greenway, structure was built in 1859. Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan stayed at this house during the summer of 1864....
The Andrew Gibson House: Occupied during the war by Clerk of Court John Kreger. Kreger is credited with removing valuable records from the courthouse ...
Floyd's gravesite is located within the Sinking Spring Cemetery.
Marker located adjacent to Old Glade Presbyterian Church....
Located within Sinking Spring Cemetery, Brig. General John Hunt Morgan was placed in this above ground tomb for a few days, prior to being relocated ...
Confederate Brigadier General William E. "Grumble" Jones is buried in the cemetery at Old Glade Presbyterian Church....
Colonel James White House: built in 1819, store and office added in 1828. The structure was damaged during the courthouse fire and restored after the ...
Washington County Courthouse: the previous courthouse, also located on this site, was burned on December 14, 1864, during Stoneman's Raid, by Union ...
Damascus: The town of Damascus was founded in 1866 by former Confederate Brigadier General John D. Imboden. Imboden was seeking to create a "steel ...
Dr. William H. Pitts House: Dr. Pitts practiced medicine in Abingdon during the Civil War. This home was built in 1854....
Dunn's Hotel/The Virginia House: Built in 1846, served as the center for many activities during the 1860's....
Edmondson Hall, dwelling built by William Campbell Edmondson in 1856....
Emory & Henry College
Founded in 1836, Emory & Henry College is the oldest institution of higher education in Southwest. The college is named for John Emory, a leader in ...
The Bank/Preston House: Exchange Bank of Virginia constructed in 1858....
An 1860 house museum, filled with period antiques. Take a guided tour and see how the Fields family lived during the 1860's....
Abingdon was the boyhood home of Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. This marker is located in front of the Fields-Penn house....
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