16404 Courthouse Road
Eastville, Va, 23347
The Court Green Buildings and NHPS Historic District Exhibit are Open Year-Round (as noted below)
The Exhibit Located in 1899 Courthouse Open Monday –Friday, except holidays from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Public Bathrooms – Yes
Handicap Accessible – Yes
Donations Accepted On-Site and on Website
Gift Shop – No
The Historic Court Green Buildings Located at 1731 Courthouse, the Clerk’s Office ca. 1800, and ca.1815 Debtors’ Prison — Open daily from April – October
Handicap Accessible – No
Please Note: Contact Janice Williams at 757-678-0440 ext.516, if Court Green Historic Buildings are locked during the above open hours.
Parking available on street on side of Court Green beside Eastville Inn behind the 1899 Courthouse where handicap entrance is available.
Nan Bennett at 757.999.1299
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
When visiting the beautiful Virginia Eastern Shore, stop in Northampton County and view the Eastville Court Green Historic District. Look for an exhibit room located in the front left of the 1899 Courthouse building. In the exhibit, visitors are self-guided with photographs and descriptions, period pieces, and artifacts through the 300 years history of three Court Green buildings: the 1731 Courthouse, the Clerk’s Office which dates between 1750 -1800, and the ca. 1815 Debtors’ Prison. Every day from April to October, the three buildings are available for visitors to enter and view and during the rest of the year, they are open on weekdays. The newest Northampton County Courthouse, located behind the Historic Court Green, houses the modern County Clerk’s Office containing the oldest continuous county court records in America dating back to 1632. Visitors are also welcome to examine these documents during weekly 9-5 work hours.