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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Abingdon is a Virginia Historic Landmark. It's 20-square block Historic District includes: Fields-Penn 1860 House Museum, which shows how a typic...
Marker located adjacent to Old Glade Presbyterian Church....
Confederate Brigadier General William E. "Grumble" Jones is buried in the cemetery at Old Glade Presbyterian Church....
Washington County Courthouse: the previous courthouse, located on this site, was burned on December 14, 1864 when federal general George Stoneman m...
Damascus: The town of Damascus was founded in 1866 by former Confederate Brigadier General John D. Imboden. Imboden was seeking to create a "steel ...
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 ...
We apologize but we are temporarily closed to the public due to structural issues. Please visit our website for updated information...
Heartwood is your gateway to Southwest Virginia craft, music, food and local culture. Shop crafts by local artisans, juried to be the best of the b...
Located in downtown Abingdon, Virginia, the Historical Society is headquartered in the Old Norfolk&Western Train Depot. The Society is a leadin...
Across the road from the Emory & Henry campus is the Holston Conference Cemetery, where more than 200 Confederate soldiers are buried....
Premier center for Colonial Backcountry history from the American Revolutionary Period in Southwest Virginia. Exhibits help visitors discover...
Old Glade Presbyterian Church: Formed in 1772, the church has stood on the present site since 1792. Brick sanctuary constructed in 1845, with several ...
The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail commemorates the 1780 campaign that led to the battle of Kings Mountain. The battle was a key tur...
Sinking Spring Cemetery: Cemetery is the final resting place for Brig. Gen. John B. Floyd, Lt. Col. W.W. Blackford, Civil War era Richmond newspape...
The Tavern: The oldest building in Abingdon, constructed in 1779, the Tavern served as a field hospital during the Civil War. In the hospital secti...
Washington County Courthouse: the previous courthouse, also located on this site, was burned on December 14, 1864, during Stoneman's Raid, by Union...
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