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Places of Interest in Gordonsville, VA

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The mission of The Arts Center In Orange is to increase the quality of life in our community by promoting an ap...


The Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel is a museum containing exhibitions on the History of Gordonsville and ...


Burnley Vineyards

Barboursville, VA

Family-owned and operated since 1977. We cultivate 32 acres of grapes. Winery includes tasting room, guest house,...



Orange, VA

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Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Orange, Virginia, Montpelier was the lifelong hom...


Gilmore Farm

Montpelier Station, VA

George Gilmore, born a slave on the Montpelier plantation about 1810, was freed with the Federal occupation of Orange...


Originally built in 1764, in Keswick, Virginia, Castle Hill was the home of Colonel Thomas Walker, guardian and m...


On June 11 and 12, 1864, US General Sheridan was sent by General Grant to cut the railroad between Louisa and Gor...


Horton Cellars is a beautiful, new winery located along the rolling hills just west of Gordonsville. The site was...


Barboursville Ruins

Barboursville, VA

Preserved as a ruin after its destruction by fire on December 25, 1884, Barboursville was one of the largest and ...


The Orange County Courthouse was completed in 1859. Washington architect Charles Haskins designed this courthouse...


The Orange Train Station was built in 1909-10, in a Colonial Revival style. Passenger train service was discontin...


The Oak Tree Tavern is a converted 19th century plantation home. The Tavern is a restaurant located at Virginia I...


Green Springs

Gordonsville, VA

Green Springs National Historic Landmark District in Virginia’s Piedmont encompasses over 14,000 acres. Its farmsteads...



Montpelier Station, VA

Dr. Robert Thomas, a prominent Orange County physician, constructed Oakley in the Greek Revival style in 1843. His da...



Montpelier Station, VA

With emancipation, African-Americans found themselves in a complex situation. By law, slavery was abolished, promisin...


After Dolley Madison sold Montpelier in 1844, the estate witnessed many important historic events, few more significa...


The Quarters

Montpelier Station, VA

"The Negro habitations are separate from the dwelling house both here and all over Virginia, and they form a kind of ...


The Backyard

Montpelier Station, VA

"...the sumptuous board spread under the forest oaks .... everything that a luxurious country could produce, wines, a...


The Blacksmith Shop

Montpelier Station, VA

"And I desire my black Smith Moses, may belong to such of my children as he shall chose if they are willing to take h...

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