Plantation home of Thomas Jefferson, the President designed this mountain-top home on the outskirts of Charlottesville.
Home of our fourth President, James Madison, Montpelier has been restored to its Madison-era appearance.
Overlooking the Potomac River, Mount Vernon is the home and final resting place of George Washington.
A Georgian mansion built by William Randolph III, Wilton escaped demolition in 1933 when it was dismantled and moved upriver.
Homestead of the Lee family of Virginia and birthplace of Robert E. Lee
St. John's Church
Site of the Second Virginia Convention and Patrick Henry's "Liberty or Death" speech.
The birthplace of religious freedom in Virginia, Samuel Davies ministered to religious dissenters here, Patrick Henry among them.
Virginia's capital from 1699 until 1780, visitors today are transported to a bustling 18th-century city on the verge of revolution.
Home of the Shelton family for nearly three centuries, Sarah Shelton married Patrick Henry here.
President James Monroe lived here from 1799 until 1823. The property includes a house museum, a working farm, and a performing arts center.
Hanover County Courthouse
Completed in 1743, twenty years later the courthouse was the scene of Patrick Henry's famous Parson's Cause case.
After retiring from public service, Patrick Henry spent his final years here. He is buried on the property.
Founded in 1775, this college's Board of Trustees included Patrick Henry and James Madison.
John Marshall House, The
Home of the "Great Chief Justice" from 1790 until his death in 1835, the house is located in Richmond's "Court End" district.
Home of Patrick Henry, he traveled from here to deliver his famous "Libery or Death" speech in Richmond.
One of a few surviving colonial-era taverns in the U.S., the tavern is now a museum and location of the Barksdale Theater.
Received by Patrick Henry as a dowry upon his marriage to Sarah Shelton, Henry farmed the land here until selling the property in 1764.
Patrick Henry was born and grew up here. Archaeological excavations have given form to the plantation's main house, which succumbed to fire in 1807.
Home to George Mason, "Father of the Bill of Rights", Gunston Hall is a Georgian mansion which elaborate interior was more indicative of English rather than Virginian norms of the period.
James Monroe Birthplace
James Monroe was born and raised on this modest farm in Westmoreland County.
George Washington Birthplace
Home to generations of the Washington family and birthplace of our first president.
James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library
Dedicated to the study, interpretation and presentation of the life and times of the fifth President of the United States.
|George Washington Birthplace||1718||Colonial Beach|
|Hanover County Courthouse||1735||Hanover Courthouse|
|Hanover Tavern||1791||Hanover Courthouse|
|James Monroe Birthplace||ca. 1750||Colonial Beach|
|James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library||1927||Fredericksburg|
|The John Marshall House||ca. 1790||Richmond|
|Pine Slash||ca. 1750||Mechanicsville|
|St. John's Church||1741||Richmond|