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The nation's most historic gardens are living heirlooms. Be
sure to stop and smell Jefferson's tulips.
Go "on location" in Virginia when you visit the sites where movies and television series have been made.
Confederate Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill (1825-1865) lived in the original portion of this house from age seven until 1842, when he entered ...
Abingdon is a Virginia Historic Landmark. It's 20-square block Historic District includes: Fields-Penn 1860 House Museum, which shows how a typic...
In the summer of 1780, the Southern American colonies – and hopes of independence – seemed at the mercy of an invading British army. A ...
As an early settler, Abraham Hollingsworth traveled the Wilderness Trail when it was still an Indian path. He built one of the first grist mills in...
The Adam Thoroughgood House tells the great success story of Adam Thorowgood, one of Virginia's first colonists. Learn about the house Argall ...
Agecroft Hall museum and gardens sits on 23 acres overlooking the James River. Agecroft Hall is a 15th century English manor house that was dismant...
The journey has been long, but while the Alexander Black House has rested a few years on a grassy knoll on Draper Road, a clear and compelling v...
Alexandria National Cemetery was first established in 1862 as Soldiers' Cemetery, one of the earliest sites dedicated by President Abraham Lincoln to ...
Union cavalry attacked a column of Confederates under Gen. Jubal Early here July 16, 1864, after the Southerners ended their campaign into Maryland, ...
Anne Spencer was a poet, a civil rights activist, a teacher, librarian, wife and mother, and a gardener. More than thirty of her poems were publi...
Late 1830's home of Dr. John Blair Radford, the city's namesake....
In 1799, James Monroe and his family moved into Highland, their Albemarle "cabin castle," adjacent to Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Jefferson, Mon...
Avoca, the principal architectural landmark of the Town of Altavista, is an American Queen Anne-style house, designed by architect J.M.B. Lewis and...
Built in 1665 by Arthur Allen, Bacon's Castle is the only surivivng example of Jacobean architecture in the United States and the oldest brick dwel...
Balthis House -- the oldest house on the oldest street in Front Royal, built circa 1787, is open to the public for guided tours May 1-October 31 an...
March kicks off the Virginia is for Lovers Culinary Challenge for 2015. Restaurants, locals and visitors nominated their favorite entrée. Vote now for your favorite!
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