History

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  • Wythe County Courthouse

    Located in Downtown Wytheville, Wythe County Courthouse is open for genealogy information Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Enjo

  • Wythe/Bland Artisans and Heritage Trails
    In the counties of Wythe and Bland, we are blessed with scenic beauty, historic and cultural attractions and a wealth of talented artisans that produce eve
  • Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum

    Come visit the birthplace and childhood home of First Lady Edith Bolling Wilson. Born and raised in Wytheville, Edith Bolling Wilson is a descendant of

  • African American Heritage Museum

    HOURS 12 PM to 5 PM :  Our New Children's Library Showcases Achievements of African Americans. Photos, Stories and Memorabilia tell a History of Af

  • Haller-Gibboney Rock House Museum

    Historic house museum was built in 1823. Home of Wytheville's first resident physician. Collection includes period furnishings, personal mementos, medi

  • Harmon’s Museum

    The Harmon Museum has an interesting array of artifacts. The museum exhibits numerous historical artifacts from the Carroll County Courthouse Courtroom

  • Buffalo Mountain Presbyterian Church

    Nestled in the Blue Ridge Plateau of Southwestern (Carroll County) Virginia, the Buffalo Mountain Presbyterian Church is the "Mother Church" of six rock

  • Tazewell, Historic Town of

    Before the pioneers arrived, Tazewell County was a hunting ground for Native Americans.  Tazewell County was created on December 20, 1799.  Th

  • Crab Orchard Museum & Pioneer Park

    Historic Crab Orchard Museum preserves the cultural heritage of the Appalachian Region with exhibits on the 500 year-old Native American Village discove

  • Patrick County Courthouse
    Located in historic uptown Stuart, this Patrick County Courthouse was designed and built by Abram Staples and completed in 1822. It displays many characte
  • White Cemetery
    White Cemetery is a beautifully maintained graveyard. It originally started as small family plot but expanded to a community graveyard. Many Confederate so
  • Meadowbrook Museum

    The Meadowbrook Museum Branch of the Montgomery Museum is located in the Meadowbrook Center.  The Center currently houses a branch of the Montgomer

  • Palmer Mill

    See the beauty of a replica water powered Grist Mill plus the environmental features associated with the unusual surrounding habitat. The Mill houses a

  • Madam Russell Methodist Church and Cabin
    Visit the church which was named as a memorial to Madam Russell, Patrick Henry's sister. Walk through the original portion of the church and see many beaut
  • Elizabeth Cemetery
    The Elizabeth Cemetery was associated with Elizabeth Church which is thought to have been the oldest Methodist church built in Smyth County. The land for t
  • King-Stuart House
    The cabin was occupied from its beginning (circa 1795) through the 1960s. See the many visible indicators of the numerous transitional modernization period
  • Saltville, Historic Town
    During the Civil War, the North battled to gain control of this town, the main supplier of the salt the Confederate army used to preserve meat. See restore
  • Veterans’ Memorial Park, Rocky Mount

    Located along the Pigg River, Veterans' Memorial Park is a tranquil reminder of the honor, courage, and sacrifice of local soldiers, sa

  • Historic Rocky Mount Train Depot

    The former Norfolk & Western (N&W) Freight Station, now known as the Rocky Mount Train Depot, is a rare surviving railroad stat

  • Kay’s Corner Cleaners and Alterations – Historic Building

    Constructed in 1890, the former Reynold's Restaurant, now known as Kay's Corner, is one of the last remaining frame commercial building