Please join us on March 26 for a tour of seldom seen historic sites in the Northern Neck.
Guest lecturer and tour guide, Ed White, will help us explore and understand these sites and their historic importance.
Look for more information on February 15, 2015. Visit pnnmp.com for more information.
Sabine Hall is an historic home built around 1738 in the Georgian style
Mt. Airy was built in 1758 is a mid-Georgian plantation house. The first built in the manner of a neo-Palladian villa. It was constructed for Colonel John Tayloe II perhaps the richest planter of his generation
Menokin was the home of Francis Lightfoot Lee. Lee was a signer of the Declaration of Independence
St. John’s was built to replace the earlier Lunenburg Parish lower church erected in 1732 and abandoned after the Revolution.