History

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  • Bluemont Presbyterian Rock Church
    Nestled in the Blue Ridge Plateau of Southwestern Virginia in south central Carroll County, Bluemont Presbyterian Church is one of six rock churches built
  • Hayes Cemetery: Blue Ridge Parkway
    Visitors along the Blue Ridge Parkway often overlook the fact that the landscape they are traveling was occupied in earlier historic times. Very little ha
  • Historic Sidna Allen Home

    This capricious, if provencial, expression of the Queen Anne style was briefly the home of the notorious Sidna Allen. Allen was member of the so-called

  • Cowan Mill

    This beautiful and authentic gristmill was built in 1890 and used by locals to grind their grain into mill. This rare treasure is considered&n

  • Wilderness Road State Park

    Wilderness Road State Park was purchased in 1993. The park is about 310 acres that lie astride the Wilderness Road, a route carved by Daniel Boone in 17

  • Emory & Henry College
    Founded in 1836, Emory & Henry College is the oldest institution of higher education in Southwest. The college is named for John Emory, a leader in the Uni
  • Fotheringay House

    The Historic Fotheringay House is still maintained as a private residence and is not available to the public. Please be respectful of the property and r

  • Lafayette United Methodist Church
    This modest brick church was built in 1848 and is the center of the small community of Lafeyette. The church in on the National Register of Historic Place
  • Dungannon Depot
    From 1910 to 1912 the Depot in Dungannon was in a boxcar, open at both ends and located on a side track. The present Depot was built by hand beginning in 1
  • Draper Mercantile and Trading Co

    The Draper Mercantile has been a favorite local hangout for over 125 years. We’re continuing that tradition and welcome you to the new gathering p

  • Dante Coal Miner’s Memorial

    Dante was once the headquarters of the Clinchfield Coal Corporation and home to thousands of coal miners and their families. The Coal Miner's Memorial

  • The Reynolds Homestead

    The Reynolds Homestead is an outreach facility of Virginia Tech located in Critz. It features the fully-restored Rock Spring Plantation House, the birth

  • Healing Harvest Forest Foundation – H. H. Horse Logging

    PLEASE CALL TO BOOK YOUR VISIT AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ARRIVAL.

    Because of reputation, methods and commitment, the Histo

  • Ralph Stanley Museum and Traditional Mountain Music Center

    The Ralph Stanley Museum and Traditional Mountain Music Center features the life and music of the legendary music performer. Recognized as a pioneer in

  • Dickenson County Courthouse

    The large number of weddings in this courthouse made Clintwood the "wedding capital" of the area for a period of time. This historical building is of ar

  • Dickenson County Veterans Memorial

    Dickenson County Military Veteran’s Memorials. Dickenson County has several memorials to honor the soldiers who have died in combat. A Vietnam mem

  • Dickenson County Coal Miner’s Memorial
    Welcome to the Dickenson County Coal Miner's Memorial. The memorial is a tribute to the men and women who have died in the coal mines. Located beside the p
  • Montgomery White Sulphur Springs
    A monument marks the location of the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs Resort. During the Civil War the resort was ran by the Confederate Government as a Ge
  • Montgomery County Court House
    The county courthouse is the home to the vital records for the county. In the records vault one can find, marriage records, wills, land transfers, birth an
  • Edgemont Christian Church
    This active church was first started in the early 1800's. The original building was converted log cabin built in 1856. It soon grew in size and the buildin