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Places of Interest in Gordonsville, VA

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Montpelier

Orange, VA

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

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Burnley Vineyards

Barboursville, VA

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

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

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Gilmore Farm

Montpelier Station, VA

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

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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... museumsusa.org

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Civil War Museum

Gordonsville, VA

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

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A stately Federal-style home (circa 1830), the Holladay House was standing during President James Madison's lifet... virginia.org

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We offer family and pet friendly accommodations in the historic town of Orange, at our Virginia Bed & Breakfast.... bnbfinder.com

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Grace Church is one of six "colonial" churches in Virginia; this means it was founded when Virginia was still a c... virginia.org

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a) 29 Jul 1862. Federal cavalry in the front yard skirmish with Confederates on the opposite hill. b) Cannon ball... virginia.org

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Near here was the church of James Waddel, the blind Presbyterian preacher. Waddel, who had been a minister in the Nor... hmdb.org

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Built in 1833-34 in the Town of Orange. This sole remaining example of Thomas Jefferson's ecclesiastical work was... virginia.org

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A relative newcomer to Virginia wine, but not to Virginia, Reynard Florence is a one of a kind family farm vineya... virginia.org

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ALBEMARLE COUNTY Albemarle County was formed in 1744 from Goochland County and named for William Anne Keppel, the sec... hmdb.org

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Castle Hill

Keswick, VA

The original house was built in 1765 by Thomas Walker, explorer and pioneer. Tarleton, raiding Charlottesville to cap... hmdb.org

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Maury’s School

Keswick, VA

Just north was a classical school conducted by the Rev. James Maury, rector of Fredericksville Parish from 1754 to 17... hmdb.org

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Barboursville Ruins

Barboursville, VA

Historic Landmark Designed by Thomas Jefferson for Governor James Barbour. Built 1814, Destroyed by Fire Christmas Da... hmdb.org

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Netherland Tavern

Trevilians, VA

The Battle of Trevilian Station Fifty yards east is the site of Netherland Tavern (ca. 1822), which was demolished in... hmdb.org

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Custer Rescued

Trevilians, VA

The Battle of Trevilian Station By mid-morning on June 11, 1864, Gen. George A. Custer's attack on Confederate Gen. W... hmdb.org

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Boswell’s Tavern

Boswells Tavern, VA

At this old tavern Lafayette camped, on June 12, 1781, while moving southward to intervene between Cornwallis and mil... hmdb.org

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