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Virginia is home to more Civil War sites than any other state, nearly 800 in total.
Go "on location" in Virginia when you visit the sites where movies have been made.
Boydton, Virginia, an eighteenth century towne
A Self-Guided Driving Tour Through Southside Virginia.
Virginia has led the nation in many ways, particularly in education. The birthplace ...
President Jefferson Davis was an experienced military man, having graduated from West Point and served in various Indian Wars and the Mexican War. ...
Visit the home of a tobacco baron, Virginia gentry, and the textile empire of Danville. Tobacco and railroad baron Major William Sutherlin's ...
Freedman's Cemetery is located immediately behind Green Hill and the National Cemetery. Freedman's occupies some 11 acres, originally set aside as ...
Green Hill Cemetery
Grove Street Cemetery is Danville's first municipally owned burial ground. It's earliest surviving marked grave dates from 1833, two years before ...
Halifax County War Memorial
Serving as the County Seat since 1777, the Halifax Courthouse Historic District includes the downtown central business district. Located in the ...
The Historic Henry County Courthouse, recognized as a community landmark, is home to the MHC Historical Society as well as the Heritage Center ...
The Historic Henry County Courthouse now houses the Martinsville-Henry County Heritage Center and Museum in the portion of the building that was ...
Mecklenburg County Veterans Memorial
Danville's only National Cemetery (located next to Green Hill Cemetery) was created just after the Civil War in 1867. During the war, wagons carried ...
National Memorial Cemetery
South Boston-Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History
Oakwood Cemetery is Martinsville's oldest public cemetery. The original cemetery charter was dated April 23, 1883. A cemetery committee consisting ...
The Prizery - Community Fine Arts, Community & Welcome Center
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