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Sightseeing and Tours in Danville, VA

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The Langhorne House is the birthplace of Nancy Langhorne, Viscountess Astor, the first woman seated in the Britis...


Prison Number 6

Danville, VA

Six tobacco warehouses and factories were converted into prisons beginning in late 1863. Only one of these buildi...


Sutherlin Mansion

Danville, VA

This Italian villa mansion was the home of Maj. William T. Sutherlin, wartime quartermaster for Danville and one of i...


Located at the historic Crossing at the Dan, the Danville Science Center delights all ages with its hands-on ex...


One of the preeminent collections of Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the South, Millionaires' Row is a sy...


ADOPT A TANK: The goal of the museum is to have each piece in life like dioramas. A tank used during Vietnam wi...


National Cemetery

Danville, VA

Danville's only National Cemetery (located next to Green Hill Cemetery) was created just after the Civil War in 1...


Completed December 2005 by mural artist and illustrator Wes Hardin, this 40' by 75' mural depicts the Old 97, a S...


Visit the home of a tobacco baron, Virginia gentry, and the textile empire of Danville. Tobacco and railroad baro...


Danville's only National Cemetery was created just after the Civil War in 1867. During the War, wagons carried th...


In 1886, Danville’s first trolleys used mule power. After two years, electrically operated vehicles replaced this...


Grove Street Cemetery is Danville's first municipally owned burial ground. It's earliest surviving marked grave d...


Thomas Day (b. 1801 - d. 1861) was a free black cabinet and furniture maker whose shop was in Milton, N.C., a sho...


Freedman's Cemetery is located immediately behind Green Hill and the National Cemetery. Freedman's occupies some ...


Archer T. Gammon

Danville, VA

This bridge is dedicated in memory of Archer T. Gammon who distinguished himself on January 11, 1945, in the infamous...


Frederick Delius

Danville, VA

In this building, on January 30, 1897, the composer Frederick Delius (1862-1934) and his traveling companions - Halfd...


The remains of 1,323 Federal soldiers, 148 of them unknown, who died in Danville’s Civil War prisons are interred her...


Danville, Virginia 1878 Gen. Robert E. Lee Confederate dead memorial tribute of Virginia's daughters to the fallen br...


Dix's Ferry

Danville, VA

John Dix established his ferry approximately three miles south of here on the Dan River. During the American Revoluti...


Danville System

Danville, VA

On this site stood Neal's Warehouse where the "Danville System" of selling tobacco began in 1858. Previously tobacco ...

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