Charlottesville Downtown Mall Historic District

Spanning eight city blocks, the Charlottesville Downtown Mall Historic District is a pedestrianized segment of Main Street located at the heart of the city’s commercial district. The Downtown Mall, which […]

Montross Historic District

The Montross Historic District extends in a linear fashion along Route 3/Kings Highway in the town of Montross, just east of the Westmoreland County boundary with neighboring Richmond County. Established […]

Green Hill Cemetery

Located just east of the Luray Downtown Historic District in Page County on the town’s main street, Green Hill Cemetery was established in 1877 as a commercial venture by Daniel […]

Oak Hill

Oak Hill, an ambitious Federal plantation house, was erected in 1823-1825 by Samuel Hairston. It was one of the largest and finest of the residences constructed along the Dan River […]


The Federal-style plantation house of Bentfield, located near the Meherrin River in Brunswick County, was built in 1810 by the Revolutionary War Colonel John (“Hellcat”) Jones, Jr. It was noted […]

Dancing Point

Dancing Point in Charles City County is important for the landscape and architectural design work commissioned and executed there between 1970 and 1976 for the property’s then owners, Eugene B. […]

Natural Bridge Historic District

The Natural Bridge Historic District tells the story of the commercial development of the resort and tourist area surrounding the Natural Bridge landform, which is a National Historic Landmark. The […]

William Byrd Park

Sometimes referred to as Richmond’s “Central Park,” William Byrd Park at about 275 acres is the city’s largest. The park began during the Reconstruction era in 1874, when the city […]

Pocahontas State Park Historic District

Pocahontas State Park Historic District in Chesterfield County – originally known as Swift Creek Recreational Demonstration Area (RDA) – was a project of the New Deal-era Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). […]