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Historic Sites in Central, VA

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Hollywood Cemetery
Hollywood Cemetery
Historic Site in Richmond, VA USA

Historic landmark established in 1847 Tourists are drawn to Hollywood Cemetery for its historical importance. The Commonwealth of Virginia declared Hollywood Cemetery a historical landmark in 1967, and Hollywood Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two U.S.

James Madison's Montpelier
James Madison's Montpelier
Historic Site in Montpelier Station, VA USA

MONTPELIER was home to President James Madison, Father of the Constitution and Architect of the Bill of Rights, and Dolley Madison, America's first First Lady. It was here at Montpelier where James Madison shaped the ideas that would become the U.S. Constitution.

Patrick Henry's Red Hill
Patrick Henry's Red Hill things to do on a rainy day in Central, VA
Historic Site in Brookneal, VA USA

Last home and burial place of Patrick Henry. Patrick Henry embodied the spirit of American courage and patriotism. The orator of liberty, his compelling speeches kindled the fires of the Revolution and fueled the effort to secure freedom. The first governor of Virginia, Henry served five terms.

Weston Manor
Weston Manor things to do on a rainy day in Central, VA
Historic Site in Hopewell, VA USA

Historic Manor Home Weston Manor was built in 1789 by William and Christian Eppes Gilliam. The house, overlooking the Appomattox River, is located in an area of Virginia whose roots as an English settlement go back to 1613.


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