Historic House

Stratford Hall

STRATFORD HALL

483 Great House RoadStratford, VA 22558 Open: March through December, 7 days a week, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. January-March 1, weekends & holidays & special events only. Admission cost: Adults (12 yrs. and up): $10.00Adults (Groups of 20 or more, age 12 and up): $9.00Seniors (60 and up), AAA members: $9.00National Trust for Historic …

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Kilmarnock Museum

KILMARNOCK MUSEUM

76 N. Main StreetKilmarnock, VA 22482 Telephone: (804) 436-9100 Category: Museum, Historic House Operations: Hours: 11 AM ’til 4 PM, Tuesday through Saturday (closed December through February) Admission: Free (Donations Appreciated) Gift Shop: Yes Handicap Accessible: Yes Description: Kilmarnock Museum holds & displays memorabilia from Kilmarnock’s past, including watermen’s and farmers’ tools and pictures of their …

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Menokin National Historic Landmark

MENOKIN NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK

4037 Menokin RoadWarsaw, VA 22572 Category: Historic Site Visitor’s Center open Wednesday-Friday, 10 am – 4 pm;  Open Saturdays May-September 12-4 pmThe property, trails, and kayak launch open year-round unless otherwise posted on our calendar 7 am-7 pmMore information can be found at http://www.menokin.org/hours-and-directions/ Self-guided tours are available; there is no admission fee but a …

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TOMPKINS COTTAGE

The cottage is one of the oldest frame structures in the courthouse area. It contains changing exhibits and a collection of objects reflecting a typical home of the 1800s. The building is named for Christopher Tompkins (1787-1838) of Poplar Grove, a prominent local planter, merchant, sea captain, and ship owner/builder. He purchased the property before …

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CAPE CHARLES ROSENWALD SCHOOL

Constructed in 1928, the school opened in about 1930 for African American children in the town of Cape Charles during legalized segregation. During the school year, African American children who lived in the town walked past the “white school” approximately one mile over the railroad bridge (“the Hump”) to the Cape Charles Elementary School on …

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