Silver Hill Baptist Church and School

Located in the southern part of Fauquier County, the Silver Hill Baptist Church and School is sited on the east side of Silver Hill Road (Route 615). Associated with the […]

Upperville Colt & Horse Show Grounds

Northern Fauquier County’s Upperville Colt & Horse Show Grounds is home to the oldest horse show in the country, contributing to a tradition of horse culture and history in Virginia, […]

Vint Hill Farms Station Historic District

Established in 1942, Vint Hill Farms Station (VHFS) Historic District is nationally significant as a World War II and Cold War era U.S. Army intelligence operations and monitoring station. Located […]

St. James Baptist Church and Cemetery

Located in Fauquier County and the historically Black community of Foxville, St. James Baptist Church and Cemetery traces back to 1866, when formerly enslaved people from the John Fox plantation (located three miles away) […]

Brandy Station Battlefield

Over a broad stretch of Culpeper and western Fauquier counties, Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, screening Gen. Robert E. Lee’s move to Gettysburg, fought the Union cavalry under Brig. Gen. Alfred […]


Deerfield, a vernacular example of Federal and Greek Revival styles in Fauquier County, remains almost exactly as constructed around 1844, with a mid-19th-century rear ell also largely unchanged. A 221-acre […]

Midland Historic District

In Fauquier County, the Midland Historic District encompasses a small unincorporated village straddling a Norfolk Southern Railway line today. Midland got its start as a station established in 1873 by […]