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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
The Baldwin Block Canvases depict a streetscape view of buildings and places significant to the history of this location on Fayett...
Boyd Tavern Foundation
Boydton, Virginia, an eighteenth century towne
The Brunswick County Museum is located in the historic Courthouse Square in Lawrenceville. Come and see a variety of exhibits documenting the ...
Mineral (Lithia) water springs. In 1895 the water was sold for $5 a dozen half gallon bottles. It's free to the public today. Buffalo Springs is lo...
The clerk's office was built around 1770 (finished about 1771) as Callands served as Pittsylvania County's first county seat from 1767-1777. It has ...
The only Virginia courthouse known to have been designed by Thomas Jefferson that still stands. The courthouse was built in 1823 and stands amidst a ...
Charlotte Court House Historic District
Martinsville-Henry County VA is rich in history with historical markers throughout the community acknowledging commemorative locations.
A Self-Guided Driving Tour Through Southside Virginia.
Virginia has led the nation in many ways, particularly in education. The birthplace ...
Take a historical walking tour through quaint downtown Clarksville. Learn about the town's history as you enjoy 62 well-preserved homes, churches ...
The Clarksville Regional Museum serves as a depository for the collection and preservation of items which are historically significant to the past,...
Built in 1902, the Clarkton Bridge spans the 250 ft. wide Staunton River connecting the counties of Halifax & Charlotte. The bridge stands 53' ...
President Jefferson Davis was an experienced military man, having graduated from West Point and served in various Indian Wars and the Mexican War. ...
One of the preeminent collections of Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the South, Millionaires' Row is a symbol of Danville's -- and the Sout...
Visit the home of a tobacco baron, Virginia gentry, and the textile empire of Danville. Tobacco and railroad baron Major William Sutherlin's ...
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