Attraction Search Results
1-20 of 99 (limit 99)
for Petersburg, VA
and surrounding 50 Miles
To add these search results to your own website, click here!
The Union Army waged a ten-month campaign here in 1864-1865 to seize Petersburg, center of the railroads supplying Richmond and General Robert E. Lee's army.
Features the history, tradition and development of the WAAC/WAC, army of women today and beyond to include the Army Nurse Corps and the Women Air Force Pilots.
Collections of uniforms, flags, insignia, equestrian equipment, weapons, historical military, dioramas, paintings and photographs
Pamplin Historical Park is a combination park with outdoor and indoor activities. The park features an interactive, walk-through museum which details Civil War life through the...
Just 20 miles from downtown Richmond, the capital of Virginia, Pocahontas State Park has been one of the more popular parks in the state park system. Swift Creek forms the nucleus...
The original Georgian mansion, built in 1726 of brick fired on the plantation, occupies a beautifully landscaped hilltop site overlooking the historic James River. The date of the...