The Journey Through Hallowed Ground

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  • 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...

  • Built in 1776, the Dobbin House is “...Beautifully and Authentically Restored" and open to the public as a colonial restaurant. Listed on the National...

  • Douglass High School symbolizes the quiet tenacity and sense of purpose evinced by Loudoun County's black citizens in their determination to secure a high...

  • The land was patented in 1735. The old house was built in 1790; the new in 1828. Here lived Thomas Mann Randolph, Governor of Virginia, 1819-1822, who...

  • Located adjacent to the Gettysburg Battlefield, the home and farm of President Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower served as a weekend retreat and a meeting...

  • Ellwood Manor

    Fredericksburg

    William Jones built Ellwood circa 1790, and he or his descendants would own the place for the next century.  In 1825, Revolutionary War hero Marquis...

  • A Federal trap set for John S. Mosby June 22 1863, failed to capture the Confederate partisan and his rangers.  A Union casualty of the little fight...

  • As a sharpshooters post, the building shows the scars of more than 100 bullet holes. Ghost stories in cellar and candlelight walks at the Inn/Bed &...

  • Farnsworth House

    Gettysburg

    As a sharpshooters post, the building shows the scars of more than 100 bullet holes. Ghost stories in cellar and candlelight walks at the Inn/Bed &...

  • Freedom Museum

    Manassas

    “Lest We Forget”, is the motto of this museum, where visitors can enjoy an array of memorabilia, photography, artifacts, and interactive displays detailing...

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