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    Patrick Henry's Red Hill, in Brookneal, Virginia, is the final home and burial place of Founding Father Patrick Henry, the fiery legislator and orator of the American Revolution. Henry bought Red Hill at his retirement in 1794 and occupied it until 1799, the year of his death. In addition to the main house, Henry used another building as his law office.… Read More

    Hart-Cluett House

      Amid the 19th century rowhouses in the Second Street Historic District in downtown Troy sits a white marble house, completed in 1827, just as Troy was beginning its shift from a commercial to an industrial economy base. The Hart-Cluett House, as it is known today, was constructed for a businessman-banker’s family, the Harts, and sold six decades later to… Read More

      Miss Laura's

        This former bordello is listed on the National Register and is now the town's Visitor Center. Read More

        Woodson History Center

          The first floor of the early 20th century neoclassical home is furnished in period. The second floor has changing exhibits, and the basement has a model train layout. Read More

          Garland Homestead

            Home of the winner of the 1921 Pulizter Prize. Read More


              Stone home of the founder of Martinsburg, Revolutionary War General Adam Stephen, furnished in 1750-1820 period, and the town museum including artifacts and local history items such as quilts, military uniforms, railroading, etc. Read More

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