New Exhibition Highlights the African American Experience in City Point during the Civil War

New Exhibition Highlights the African American Experience in City Point during the Civil War

Come discover some of the most fascinating stories of a critical time in American history! Seeking Freedom Where the Rivers Meet: Contrabands, Colored Troops and City Point is now open at the City Point Early History Museum. The purpose of this exhibition is to explain, through words and image...

The Modern Day Weston Plantation

The Modern Day Weston Plantation

Visit Weston Plantation today and walk through history!

Weston Plantation

Weston Plantation

The Weston Plantation Telling the stories of ordinary people who lived through extraordinary times in American history. Our key site is Weston Plantation. The main house was built in 1789 and overlooks the Appomattox River. It has been described by one Virginia historian as a classic example of...

City Point Early History Museum

The City Point Early History Museum displays exhibitions highlighting the rich history of the area. It is housed in the St. Dennis Chapel in the National Historic District of Hopewell. This district contains a number of historic structures, including Appomattox Plantation, the headquarters of Gen...

Enjoy The View at the Plantation

Enjoy The View at the Plantation

Behind the history of the Weston Plantation is a breath taking view of one of the most famous rivers in the south, the Appomattox River.

Events at Weston Plantation

"A Colonial Christmas Tour"

"Aberdeen and Weston, the two homes on today's tour, are festively decorated for

everyone to enjoy.  If you only have time to visit one or both of the houses, individual

tickets will be available at the houses for $5.00 each.  Block tickets for all the

sites will be sold at Weston and the Prince George Heritage Center, including

the historic churches and the Heritage Center, all beautifully decorated, for

$20.00.  Don't miss this opportunity and remember how much it helps the

Center and the Historic Hopewell Foundation."


"A Colonial Christmas Tour"

Presented by

The Historic Hopewell Foundation &

The Prince George Regional Heritage Center

Six historic properties open their doors and warmly welcome you to this

celebration of seasonal historic traditions.

Saint John's Episcopal Church

Weston Plantation

First United Methodist Church

Merchants Hope Church


PG Heritage Center

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Noon to 4:00PM

Tickets $20.00

A color brochure and map will accompany your ticket.

Advance Tickets Available at These Locations:

The Prince George Heritage Center, 6406 Courthouse Road 23875

"All Manor of Things" Weston Plantation 400 Weston Lane 23860

Hopewell/PG Chamber & Visitor Center 4100 Oaklawn Blvd 23860

Seberas's 6335 Courthouse Road, Prince George 23875

Joyner Paint & Frame, 310 West Washington St, Petersburg 23803

Gardener's Gate Florist, 208 North Main St., Hopewell 23860

For information call:  804-863-0212 or 804-458-4682

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