Troop 111 Boy Scout Cabin

The Troop 111 Boy Scout Cabin in Gloucester County is a one-story, single-pen log house built in 1937 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA), a New Deal agency formed in […]


Kenwood, in Gloucester County, began in the early 1800s as a simplified Federal-style house. It is located near the “Greate Road” (today’s U.S. Route 17), a corridor of increasing economic […]

Point Lookout Archaeological Site

Point Lookout Archaeological Site is a rural Euro-American domestic site that dates to the period 1642-1859. It is located on Robins Neck in Gloucester County. The property’s primary archaeological resource […]

Gloucester Woman’s Club

Situated on the edge of historic downtown Gloucester Court House, the Gloucester Woman’s Club building showcases over 250 years of history that includes its use as a residence beginning as […]

Gloucester Downtown Historic District

The boundaries of the Gloucester Downtown Historic District extended in a linear fashion on either side of Main Street in Gloucester Court House.  Originally established as the Town of Botetourt […]


Located on the Ware River in Gloucester County’s Ware Neck, Hockley is a 41-plus-acre property that contains the core of an 1840s estate.  The property also contains significant early-18th- through […]

T.C. Walker House

The T.C. Walker House, in Gloucester County, was Thomas Calhoun Walker’s residence during 53 of his 72 years of service to enhance the lives of fellow African Americans. Built in […]

Woodville School

The Woodville School is a one-story, wood-framed building that occupies a one-acre tract adjacent to U.S. Route 17. It was financed in part by the Julius Rosenwald Fund, constructed in […]

Cappahosic House

Cappahosic House stands on the York River as one of only a few remaining pre-Revolutionary houses in Gloucester County. John Stubbs is credited with building this Georgian home, which retains […]

Werowocomoco Archeological Site

Werowocomoco, located along the York River’s Purtan Bay, is the only site in Virginia where the three legendary figures of paramount chief Powhatan, Captain John Smith, and Pocahontas crossed paths. […]