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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Popular byways and historic drives offer spectacular views of Virginia's fresh spring color.
150 year old house is the home of the Rockbridge Historical Society whose purpose is “collecting, preserving and disseminating all things rel...
The construction on the Chapel began in 1867 at the request of Robert E. Lee, who served as president from 1865-1870 of what was once Washington Co...
Lexington's entire downtown is listed on the State and National register of Historic Places. As the Rockbridge County seat, it has long been the ce...
Sam Houston was born on March 2, 1793, in a cabin in Rockbridge County, Virginia. The monument at the Sam Houston Wayside is a 38,000 pound piece o...
The Stonewall Jackson House in Lexington, Virginia is the only home that Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson ever owned. It is where he lived while he ta...
The Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery began as the burial ground for the old Lexington Presbyterian Church in 1789. General Stonewall Jackson, 14...
The statue of Stonewall Jackson was sculpted by Edward V. Valentine and dedicated July 21, 1981. Jackson and his family are buried beneath the stat...
Founded in 1839, Virginia Military Institute is the nation's oldest state-supported military college. “Stonewall” Jackson taught here a...
Founded in 1749, Washington & Lee is the twelfth oldest college in the United States. Robert E. Lee was president of school after the Civil War...
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