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Been there, done that? Take another look. Virginia's museums offer amazing rotating exhibits in addition to stunning permanent pieces.
Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
A Museum to Honor Our Vietnam Veterans
Air Force Memorial
Soar through aviation history! Learn about the vital role Hampton played in America's early space exploration and aircraft testing. Conduct your ow...
Journey thru Military History at the most extensive collection of tank and cavalry artifacts collection found in the world. Primarily a Tank Museum...
American Celebration on Parade at Shenandoah Caverns offers an up close look at a unique collection of stunning parade floats, props, and stage set...
Your visit to the Town of Bowling Green and Caroline County is not complete until you see a most unique collection at the Caroline Museum and Cultu...
Centre Hill was built in 1823 by Robert Bolling IV, a Revolutionary War veteran. The house was restored in the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth c...
The city of Richmond, capital of the Confederacy and primary target of Union campaigns, was also the central destination for thousands of Confedera...
The Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel is a museum containing exhibitions on the History of Gordonsville and medical and Civil War artifacts. ...
Visit where art and history meet in the small central Virginia city called Danville. Guests can browse three fine art galleries, historic period de...
Built in 1769 by William Harwood, Jr., Endview is one of the oldest remaining structures located within the City of Newport News. At the start...
Completed in 1834, Fort Monroe was originally designed to protect the Hampton Roads waterway from an enemy attack. It is the largest stone fort in ...
Fort Ward is the best preserved of the system of Union forts and batteries built to protect Washington, DC during the American Civil War (1861-1865). ...
The George C. Marshall Museum profiles our first 5-star general, US Army Chief of Staff during World War II, the "organizer of victory".&...
The Hampton Roads Naval Museum introduces visitors to over 234 years of U.S. Naval history in Hampton Roads, Virginia. One of 12 officially operate...
The Overton-Hillsman House, overlooking the scene of the last major battle of the Civil War in Virginia, served as a Federal field hospital. Sailor...
Brief History of the Dinwiddie CourthouseBuilt in 1851, the Dinwiddie County Courthouse was the headquarters of Union General Philip H. Sheri...
Portraits are of individuals that have ties to the town and Caroline County. Portraits include Revolutionary and Civil War heroes. Examples in...
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