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Court Square of Charlottesville

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Charlottesville, VA

Buildings within the historic Court Square include 300 Court Square, which is the site of the Eagle Tavern, a simple wooden frame building which stood there in 1791. The brick replacement, which visitors can see today, provided food and lodging on court days, as well as public dances and victory celebrations within its spacious parlor.

Charlottesville Historic Downtown Mall

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Charlottesville, VA

Located in historic downtown Charlottesville, it is one of the most beautiful and successful pedestrian malls in the nation.

Cashtown Inn

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Hotel

Cashtown, PA
Exterior of Cashtown Inn in Cashtown, PA

Built circa 1797, the Cashtown Inn served as the first stage coach stop west of Gettysburg along the newly constructed Chambersburg Turnpike.

Barboursville Winery

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Bed & Breakfast

Barboursville, VA

The wines of Barboursville Vineyards are consistently honored in competitions and demanded by wine stewards. The Inn is the only place on earth where the house within sight of your bedroom is a historic landmark designed by Thomas Jefferson. Palladio Restaurant is respected by food enthusiasts of every generation and critical perspective, extending to the […]

Barboursville Ruins

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Barboursville, VA

Barboursville Ruins is the only building in Orange County known to have been designed by Thomas Jefferson. It was constructed between 1814 and 1822 for Jefferson’s friend James Barbour, Governor of Virginia (1812-1814).

Michie Tavern

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Charlottesville, VA
exterior and front walkway of the michie tavern

The Proprietor Corporal William Michie was at Valley Forge when he received an urgent message to return home. Leaving behind the winter encampment, Michie commenced the tedious journey to Virginia only to learn upon his arrival that his ailing father had passed on.