Historic Sites

A.P. Carter Museum And Birthplace
Hiltons, Virginia

The personal collections of Virginia country music pioneer A.P.

Abram's Delight Museum
Winchester, Virginia

The oldest house in Winchester, this stone building is a wonderful example of early set

Adam Thoroughgood House
Virginia Beach, Virginia

The most surprising aspect of this very old house for today's visitors is its size--it

Agecroft Hall
Richmond, Virginia

A "transplant" from Tudor England, this half-timbered manor house built in the 15th cen

Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society Museum
Charlottesville, Virginia

The museum and genealogical library strive to promote the history of Charlottesville an

Appomattox County Historical Museum
Appomattox, Virginia

This museum covers the history of Appomattox County, but is not concerned with the Civi

Appomattox Court House National Park
Appomattox, Virginia

Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S.

Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
Arlington, Virginia

As the residence of Robert E.

Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, Virginia

Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington County, Virginia is a military cemetery establ

Ash Lawn Highland
Charlottesville, Virginia

The 535-acre working farm was once owned by President James Monroe and his wife from 17

Bacon's Castle
Surry, Virginia

It's not really a castle, nor was it the home of rebellion leader Nathaniel Bacon, but

Bassett Hall
Williamsburg, Virginia

One of the restored 18th-century properties at Colonial Williamsburg, this was the Will

Bedford City & County Museum
Bedford, Virginia

This local history museum is housed in a former Masonic Temple dating from 1895.

Belle Grove Plantation
Middletown, Virginia

Belle Grove was home to the sister, Nelly Conway Madison, of President James Madison.

Berkeley Plantation
Charles City, Virginia

One of Virginia's most historic plantations and the site of the first official Thanksgi

Big Stone Gap Museums
Big Stone Gap, Virginia

This complex includes the Harry W.

Black History Museum And Cultural Center Of Virginia
Richmond, Virginia

Visitors are invited to experience the history and culture of Virginia's African-Americ

Blandford Church And Cemetery
Petersburg, Virginia

This 18th-century church became a memorial to the Southern soldiers who died during the

Blue Ridge Institute & Farm Museum
Ferrum, Virginia

Museum of Western Virginia history and German-American farm operated by Ferrum College

Booker T. Washington National Monument
Hardy, Virginia

Author and orator Booker T.

Boyd Tavern
Boydton, Virginia

The original Boyd Tavern was constructed in 1790, consisting of a small one-story dwell

Boykins Tavern Museum
Windsor, Virginia

Boykin inherited this land in 1780, as well as the house that had stood there since 176

Cape Charles Museum
Cape Charles, Virginia

Visitors are invited to explore the various artifacts that have been collected througho

Cape Henry Memorial
Yorktown, Virginia

According to George Percy, one of the early settlers, "The nine and twentieth day we se

Carlyle House
Alexandria, Virginia

Castlewood Plantation House
Chesterfield, Virginia

One of the finest Palladian style period houses in Chesterfield County, Castlewood has

Cedar Creek National Historical Park
Middletown, Virginia

At the time of European contact American Indian groups, including Piedmont Siouans, Cat

Centre Hill Mansion
Petersburg, Virginia

The ground floor galleries in Centre Hill feature permanent and temporary exhibitions o

Charlotte County Courthouse
Charlotte Court House, Virginia

This is the only Virginia courthouse designed by Thomas Jefferson that still exists.

Chelsea Plantation
West Point, Virginia

Furnished with period antiques and a large collection of paintings, this 1709 brick hou