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Charles City, Virginia
Culture, General, History, Historic House
On a bluff overlooking the James River, Shirley Plantation offers stunning views and a history like no other attraction in America. Encompassing over 700 riverfront acres, Shirley Plantation is America’s oldest farm and family-owned business and is lived in and actively managed by direct descendants of the original builders.
Richmond, Virginia
Church, Culture, History
The church is home to the John Jasper Memorial Room and Museum which houses a collection of 19th century artifacts. Tours available.
Surry, Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House, Park
Smith’s Fort Plantation is nestled on the south side of the James River, located on the site of Captain John Smith’s planned “New Fort”, on the land given by Chief Powhatan as a dowry for his daughter Pocahontas upon her marriage to John Rolfe. The 18th century manor house retains much of its original woodwork and provides examples of early American and English period furnishings from the late 16th through the early 18th centuries.
Marion, Virginia
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Specialized
Smyth County Historical Society & Museum has acquired an impressive collection from prehistoric to the modern era; Two collections of special significance. The first is the Southwestern State Hospital Collection of artifacts and photographs from 1887 through the 1950's and a collection of period clothing and textiles from 1808-1965. The Museum offers an interesting "tour through time" that reflects the economic and social development of the county and, in general, rural Southwest Virginia.
Suffolk, Virginia
Art, Children's, Culture, General
Suffolk Art League offers changing art exhibitions, classes and workshops for ages 3 to adult, lectures, and trips to other museums. We also partner with other institutions to provide arts programming.
Suffolk, Virginia
Art, Children's, Culture, General
For over 14 years the Suffolk Museum has brought to the citizens of Suffolk a well-rounded group of exhibits, visual art classes, performing artists and almost anything else that can fit into the “art” category. The museum is also home to the Suffolk Art League, founded in 1976, which provides additional programming opportunities for Suffolk citizens.
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