Richmond, Fredericksburg and the Northern Neck

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  • 1. Agecroft Hall

    Historic Home

    Built in Lancashire, England, in the 15th century during the reign of King Henry VIII, Agecroft Hall was transported here in 1926. It's one...Read More

  • 2. Berkeley Plantation

    Historic Home

    This James River plantation was the birthplace of William Henry Harrison, ninth U.S. President and Benjamin Harrison V, a signer of the Declaration...Read More

  • 3. Chatham Manor

    Historic Home

    Now part of the Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania National Military Park, Chatham was built between 1768 and 1771 by William Fitzhugh, a plantation...Read More

  • 4. Edgar Allan Poe Museum

    Historic Home

    Richmond's oldest residence, the Old Stone House in Shockoe Bottom, just west of Church Hill Historic District, now holds a museum honoring...Read More

  • 5. Gari Melchers Home and Studio

    Historic Home

    The last owner of this 1790s Georgian-style house was American artist Gari Melchers, who chaired the Smithsonian Commission to establish the...Read More

  • 6. John Marshall House

    Historic Home

    John Marshall (1755–1835) was chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court for 34 years—longer than any other. Appointed to the court by President...Read More

  • 7. Kenmore

    Historic District | Historic Home

    Named Kenmore by a later owner, this house was built in 1775 on a 1,300-acre plantation owned by Colonel Fielding Lewis, a patriot, merchant...Read More

  • 8. Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site

    Historic Home

    From 1904 to 1934, this restored 28-room brick building was the home of a pioneering African-American businesswoman and educator whose endeavors...Read More

  • 9. Mary Washington House

    Historic District | Historic Home

    George purchased a three-room cottage for his mother in 1772 for £225, renovated it, and more than doubled its size with additions. She spent...Read More

  • 10. Maymont

    Garden

    On this 100-acre Victorian estate, one can explore the lavish Maymont House museum, a carriage collection, and elaborate Italian and Japanese...Read More

  • 11. Museum and White House of the Confederacy

    Historic Home

    These two buildings provide a look at a crucial period in the nation's history. The museum (a good place to start) has elaborate permanent...Read More

  • 12. Rising Sun Tavern

    Historic District | Historic Home

    In 1760 George Washington's brother Charles built as his home what later became the Rising Sun Tavern, a watering hole for such patriots as...Read More

  • 13. Shirley Plantation

    Historic Home

    Just 10 mi east of Richmond, Shirley Plantation, on the James River, is the oldest plantation in Virginia, and the oldest family-owned business...Read More

  • 14. Stratford Hall Plantation

    Historic Home

    Robert E. Lee, who became the commander of the Confederate Army, was born in the Great House of Stratford Hall Plantation, one of the country...Read More

  • 15. Tuckahoe Plantation

    Historic Home

    Originally owned by the Randolph family, Tuckahoe is 7 mi west of Richmond, on the James River. Thomas Jefferson spent his boyhood years, from...Read More

  • 16. Valentine Richmond History Center

    Historic Home

    For more than 100 years, the Valentine Richmond History Center, established in 1898, has celebrated one of America's most historic cities. It...Read More

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