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Historic Sites in Richmond, VA

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Agecroft Hall

Richmond, VA

Agecroft Hall was originally a Tudor estate built in England and the home of Langley and Dauntesey families. In 1925, it was ...


The Museum of the Confederacy features a collection of civilian and military Civil War artifacts that are related to the Conf...


Meadow Farm Museum

Glen Allen, VA

Union Gen. Philip Sheridan used the Mountain Road during his 1864 raid toward Richmond. His lengthy column of 12,000 ...


Besides being the resting place to the only Confederate States President, it is also the resting place of...


This temple-front, four-room plan house with an Adamesque interior has undergone remarkably few changes s...


Rocketts Landing

Richmond, VA

(bottom panel) Rocketts Landing and Wharf Rocketts is the river frontage and community named for Robert Rockett, who ...


The museum features Poe's life and career by documenting his accomplishments with pictures, relics, and v...


Virginia House was completed a few months before the stock market crash of 1929. Alexander and Virginia W...


Stewart-Lee House

Richmond, VA

Built in 1844 for Norman Stewart, a Scottish tobacco merchant, the house was rented from his nephew, John Stewart, by...


Dedicated 2007 CE Identical statues in Liverpool, England; Benin, West Africa; and Richmond, Virginia, memorialize th...


The fort at Drewry's Bluff was built in the spring of 1862 to defend the James River against the Union navy. It n...


St. John's Church

Richmond, VA

Richmond's oldest church, St. John's, was founded in 1739 and hosted the Second Constitutional Convention in 1775. ...


Gaines' Mill

Mechanicsville, VA

Hanover County has many sites associated with the Civil War. Most of the major battlefields can be found by follo...


This memorial erected by the Commonwealth of Virginia commemorates the service and sacrifice of all Virginians during...


Founded in 1823, The Library of Virginia supplies research and reference assistance to state officials and provides consultin...


Visitors can experience 18th century life at Wilton, Richmond's own Georgian plantation manor house. Move...


Canal Walk

Richmond, VA

canal walk One hundred and fifty years ago, Richmond’s waterfront bustled with business and trade, workers and travel...


Confederate Fort Gilmer loomed as a major obstacle to any advance on Richmond. On the afternoon of September 29, 1864...


Yellow Tavern

Glen Allen, VA

As the two armies were fighting at Spotsylvania, Union cavalry made a dash for Richmond. J.E.B. Stuart's Confeder...


Fan District

Richmond, VA

Said to be the largest intact Victorian Neighborhood in the U.S. with approximately 2,000 townhouses in the diver...

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