In this six-acre living history village, visitors can glimpse daily life from 1840 to 1920 while browsing through the historic buildings, including a log cabin, one-room schoolhouse, and much more.
The restored Wesley Chapel Church is one of the oldest churches in the county and was originally built in 1828. It was moved from its original location to Cloverhill Village in 1991. The restored church has the originial pews, podium, communion rail, and oil burning chandeliers. Many weddings are held in this historic little church. The Martin Grady Log Cabin was built around 1830. The cabin contains a wealth of period furniture, some original to the cabin. It is furnished to give the feeling of life back in the early 1800s.
Visitors are invited to tour the 6 acre rural village where the history and heritage of Appomattox County come to life. Guests to the site like to browse through the general store, an extensive collection of farm equipment, a blacksmith shop, and other exciting period places.