The Journey Through Hallowed Ground

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Historic Homes

  • The Proprietor
     Corporal William Michie was at Valley Forge when he received an urgent message to return home.  Leaving behind the winter...

  • Historic Tate Farm

    Gettysburg

    The restored farmhouse and formal garden was the scene of trade with the Indians and settlers along Beaver Dam Creek and later part of the Gettysburg Campaign....

  • David Wills House

    Gettysburg

    The three-story home of Gettysburg attorney David Wills, built about 1816, was the center of the immense clean-up process after the Battle of Gettysburg...

  • Farmer’s Delight is a country estate dating back to pre-Revolutionary America. The house itself was built in the 1790’s by Colonel Joseph Flavius Lane...

  • George Carter, descendant of one of Virginia’s first families, began the 3,408 acre Oatlands Plantation in 1798, and began building the classic Federal-style...

  • Morven Park

    Leesburg

    Originally the home of Thomas Swann, a governor of Maryland in the 19th century and purchased in 1903 by Westmoreland and Marguerite Davis, Morven Park...

  • The Marshall House offers tours of the restored former home of General George C. Marshall, Architect of Allied Victory for World War II, Special Ambassador...

  • The property was acquired in 1823 and today its exhibits include several bedrooms with furnishings from the 1850’s - 1870’s, papers and historic items...

  • Situated in one of the most beautiful city parks in America is a Georgian-style mansion house built by John Heyser in 1846. The massive house with its...

  • Dedicated to the civilian experience during the Battle of Gettysburg, the Museum is situated in the heart of Gettysburg's historic district. The home of...

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