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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.
Boone Trail Highway Marker
The Botetourt County Historical Museum serves as a repository for hundreds of artifacts that have helped to interpret the history of Botetourt...
Bowman Cemetery: Blue Ridge Parkway
Boyd Tavern Foundation
Boydton, Virginia, an eighteenth century towne
Boykin’s Tavern was named for Francis Boykin, who served as a lieutenant with Patrick Henry and later camped with George Washington at Valley...
Boykin's Tavern is named for Francis Boykin, who served as a lieutenant with Patrick Henry and later camped with George Washington at Valley Forge. ...
Brafferton was originally constructed in 1723 for use as an Indian school. During the Civil War, the building was used as quarters for commanding ...
Brandon was originally a vast land grant to John Martin, companion of Captain John Smith, on his first voyage to America. The tract was known as Ma...
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...
Brentsville, founded in 1820, served as the county seat for Prince William County from 1822-1893. The site interprets the history of this old village ...
Marker located adjacent to Old Glade Presbyterian Church....
Founded on May 11, 1834, Brick Church was used as a hospital by the Confederate Army, and soldiers were buried in unmarked graves in the cemetery. ...
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 ...
Confederate Brigadier General William E. "Grumble" Jones is buried in the cemetery at Old Glade Presbyterian Church....
Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park
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