Stuart Downtown Historic District

Established in 1792 as Taylorsville, the Piedmont Town of Stuart is the seat of Patrick County. Stuart’s first wave of economic development centered on the Patrick County Courthouse, as embodied […]

J.E.B. Stuart Birthplace

J.E.B. Stuart Birthplace in Patrick County is associated with the early life of Confederate cavalry commander General James Ewell Brown Stuart. Described by Robert E. Lee as “my ideal of […]

Stuart Uptown Historic District

The town of Stuart, originally known as Taylorsville, became the seat of Patrick County when it was formed in 1791. With the county courthouse as its center, the Stuart Uptown […]

Goblintown Mill

Situated on Little Goblintown Creek, near the intersection of Virginia secondary routes 704 and 705 in Patrick County, Goblintown Mill consists of a gristmill, built in the 1850s, and a […]

Fairy Stone State Park Historic District

Fairy Stone State Park was developed between 1933 and 1940, through the construction labor of 600 Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) workers. Its hilly and mountainous terrain on 4,750 acres in […]

Mayberry Presbyterian Church

Mayberry Presbyterian Church is located in a sparsely populated area, among rolling wooded hills and pastureland between Route 602 and the Blue Ridge Parkway near Meadows of Dan in Patrick […]

Slate Mountain Presbyterian Church and Cemetery

The Slate Mountain Presbyterian Church and Cemetery are prominently sited within Rock Castle Gap, on the Floyd County side of its border with Patrick County, near the Blue Ridge Parkway.  […]

Bluemont Presbyterian Church and Cemetery

Bluemont Presbyterian Church and Cemetery is located on the south side of the Blue Ridge Parkway, near Fancy Gap in northern Patrick County, within a few hundred feet of the […]

Barnard Farm

The Barnard Farm, with its diverse cultural resources, illustrates architectural and historical trends spanning nearly two centuries of development. Isham and Sally Barnard established the farm in the early 19th […]