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Gloucester, Virginia
History
Gallery Mayo, Inc. in Gloucester, VA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
Gloucester, Virginia
Historic House
One of colonial America's grandest mansions, Rosewell was built between 1725-1738 and gutted by fire in 1916. Four massive chimneys, one wall, and a vaulted cellar are now silent witnesses to history. Stabilized, but not rebuilt, Rosewell allows visitors to inspect 18th-century brickwork from a perspective that no intact building can offer.
The Rosewell mansion was the centerpiece of a 3000-acre plantation where slaves cultivated tobacco and grain.
Gloucester, Virginia
History, Historic House
Dr. Walter Reed, famous U. S. Army physician and medical hero of the Spanish-American War, was born here on September 13, 1851. The small, two-room and loft building was built prior to 1850. The Reed family lived here while they awaited construction of the manse. Reed's father was a Methodist minister for a nearby church. Located at the intersection of routes 616 and 614 is a small mid 19th century building authentically furnished.
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