Information on houses, mansions, farms and other dwellings located in the United States that were once a private residence and have been converted into a museum because of the historic significance of its architecture, location, resident(s) and/or event(s) that took place there located in Virginia.
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House
Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian house in Alexandria, Virginia, was developed as a means of providing affordable housing for people of moderate means.
Historic 1870 home built by Gen. Gabriel Colvin Wharton. Exhibits include period rooms, decorative arts, and temporary exhibits. Includes hours and directions. Located in Radford.
Home built in 1774 by Colonel William Preston offers tours with costumed interpreters. Includes hours, admissions, event calendar, photo gallery, memberships, volunteer opportunities and directions. Located in Blacksburg.
Hunter House Victorian Museum
Built in 1894 for James W. Hunter, home showcases Victorian furnishings and decorative arts that belonged to the family. Includes history of the house, hours, admission, calendar, programs and directions. Located in Norfolk.
1799 Federal style house on the Chesapeake Bay's lower Eastern Shore. Exhibits include period furnishings and decorative arts. Includes hours, admissions, events and photos. Located in Onancock.
Long Branch Plantation
Built around 1805 by Robert Carter Burwell with mission statement, events, history, and visitor information located at Millwood.
Monticello - The Home of Thomas Jefferson
Explore the house, gardens, and plantation of Monticello, the mountaintop home of the third president of the United States and author of the Declaration of Independence located at Charlottesville.
Sully Historic Site
Visit the 1794 home of Richard Bland Lee, Northern Virginia's first congressman. Includes hours, calendar, directions, photos and history. Located in Chantilly.
Wilton House Museum
Completed in 1753 and home of Randolph family for over one hundred years. Features collection of 18th and 19th century silver, porcelain, and furniture Includes history of the house, admission, hours, events and directions. Located in Richmond.
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