Kenmore House Hey everyone! The Kenmore House is up on YouTube! I took enough footage for several videos, but we’ll start with this one. Since Kenmore doesn’t allow photo or video inside, this video is only of the exterior areas.
The Beginnings of Chatham Manor Before Virginia became a state, and even before the American Revolution, there was Chatham Manor. Built between 1768 and 1771 by William Fitzhugh, Chatham was named for the 1st Earl of Chatham, William Pitt. Pitt
Historical Fredericksburg Fredericksburg, Virginia, situated halfway between Richmond and Washington, DC, is a small city, rich with history. It is impossible to walk down any of the streets in downtown Fredericksburg and not come across a building or structure that
Chatham Manor The Chatham Manor video is finally complete! I took enough footage for several videos, but we’ll start with this one. Chatham Manor has been one of my favorite places to visit and explore. If you haven’t had a
James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library I recently stumbled across the James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library quite by accident. I stopped to visit the Masonic cemetery next door and notice a large Entrance sign sitting adjacent the cemetery. The
Amazing History at Alum Spring Park Preserved sandstone that has been here since the Dinosaurs roamed the Earth, Civil War history, 2 duels, and George Washington? Say whaaaaat? You had me at Dinosaur! Try and Try Again I found Alum
Amputations, Birthday Cake, and Leeches This past weekend, the Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop in Fredericksburg, Virginia hosted a birthday celebration for Hugh Mercer’s 293rd birthday. Usually there is an entrance fee for the museum, but there was free admission for
Enjoying Historical Fredericksburg Many of the adventure posts recently have been in and around historical Fredericksburg, Virginia, and for good reason. Fredericksburg is rich with Adventuring opportunities. This past weekend, I decided to venture into downtown Fredericksburg to enjoy a