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Williamsburg, Virginia
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Nature Centers, Park, Specialized
The oldest institution in the country devoted exclusively to collecting, exhibiting, and researching American Folk Art.
Virginia Beach, Virginia
General, History, Historic House
Reopened in May 2011 after extensive restoration, the Adam Thoroughgood House has long been the subject of study and debate.
Richmond, Virginia
Arboretum, Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Park
Agecroft Hall, an historic 15th century Tudor manor house, was dismantled and rebuilt in 1926 on 23 acres of gardens and grounds overlooking the James River.
Covington, Virginia
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Due to our relatively small personal collection, the Alleghany Historical Society relies heavily on the residents of the Alleghany Highlands to contribute to rotating exhibits. Donations relevant to our collection are always welcome! We also have traveling exhibts.
Amherst, Virginia
History, Historic House, Historical Society
The museum preserves, collects, and interprets the history and heritage of Amherst County. It houses a library and there is an 1885 schoolhouse on site.
The Old Amherst County Jail: The Amherst County Museum first opened its doors on May 30, 1976. The museum was originally housed in the old county jail which was built in 1891-92 adjacent to the county courthouse. The old jail contained two exhibit rooms on the ground floor.
Richmond, Virginia
Archaeology, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
This organization of avocational and professional archaeologists is dedicated to the preservation of the past through volunteer activities and public education.
Mc Lean, Virginia
Historic House
George Washington Parke Custis (Martha Washington's grandson) built the house between 1802 and 1818. His daughter, Mary, married Robert E. Lee in the family parlor June 30, 1831. The Lee's called it home for 30 years until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. The site contains the house, two original slave quarters, a museum, and a bookstore
Charlottesville, Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House
Ash Lawn-Highland's visitors enjoy Monroe's elegantly furnished "cabin-castle," his working plantation complete with farm animals and colonial craft demonstrations. Special events occur year round.
Altavista, Virginia
Arboretum, Cemetery, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military, Park
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 1901. Designated a Virginia Historic Landmark and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Avoca is the home site of Revolutionary Patriot Colonel Charles Lynch.
Surry, Virginia
Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Cemetery, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Bacon’s Castle was originally home to a prosperous planter, Arthur Allen, and his family. Following Allen’s death, the house was inherited by his son, Major Arthur Allen II. A loyalist supporter of the colonial government and member of the House of Burgesses, Major Allen was driven from his house in 1676 by followers of the patriot rebel Nathaniel Bacon, whose uprising later came to be known as Bacon’s Rebellion.
Arlington, Virginia
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Donated to the Arlington Historical Society in 1975, this is Arlington's oldest residence. It was built around 1742. It is a rare example of the homes where the working class people of the time lived. It is occupied by a caretaker for the Society and the interior may be seen by calling ahead. The small house - with its original logs, clapboard roof and pegged floorboards - is one room with a loft and an attached lean-to room at the rear.
Middletown, Virginia
Historic House
This historic 1797 plantation boasts Jeffersonian architecture, a superb decorative arts collection, and gardens. It was the home of James Madison's sister and site of 1864 Battle of Cedar Creek.
Manassas, Virginia
Archaeology, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Ben Lomond is an antebellum farm that served as a hospital during the Civil War. The home was referenced in many Civil War Era documents as the Pringle House because of the men who lived here in 1861. Many of the soldiers that were brought to the hospital penned their names and brief messages on the walls of the home.
Charles City, Virginia
Historic House
Berkeley is the location of the first official Thanksgiving and birthplace of Benjamin Harrison and President W.H. Harrison. It was the Civil War headquarters of Gen. McClellan. The site includes the 1726 mansion, antiques, gardens, restaurant, and gift shop.
Bland, Virginia
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Volunteers are at the jail each Thursday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for research and shopping, and on other days by appointment.
Spring Grove, Virginia
Historic House
One of the most magnificent of the James River estates with superb formal gardens extending to the river.
Bristow, Virginia
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Nature Centers, Park
The Brentsville site consists of 28 acres with five historic buildings and various archaeological sites. These include the 1822 Courthouse and Jail, the ca. 1830 John Hall Home, ca. 1875 Union Church and the 1928 One Room Schoolhouse and the Brentsville Tavern archaeological site. The site also includes a mile long nature trail highlighting the area’s natural resources.
Boyce, Virginia
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park, Specialized
The Burwell-Morgan Mill, established in 1785, is the oldest operable merchant mill in the Shenandoah Valley. In the mid-nineteenth century the mill operated twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, processing more than sixty thousand bushels of wheat per year. The community of Millwood grew around this commercial center as related businesses were established, and by way of the seaports at Alexandria and Baltimore, mill products were shipped abroad.
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The first federally funded lighthouse, was built to guide maritime commerce at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. It is standing near the “First Landing” site where English settlers arrived in 1607. It has stood sentinel since it was completed in 1792. Authorized by George Washington and overseen by Alexander Hamilton. Designed by New York architect John McComb. In active use for nearly a century before being replaced by a new cast iron lighthouse still standing nearby.
Alexandria, Virginia
Historic House
Built 1751 - 1753, the house is the only stone Palladian mansion in Alexandria. Period furnishings and historical interpretation reveal the life of one of Alexandria's founders, John Carlisle. Guided tours explore topics of merchants, slavery and servants, town property, and the family life of the Colonial Virginia Aristocracy. Gardens on premises. Administered by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority.
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