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Gloucester County VA Courthouse Green, Colonial Courthouse
Gloucester Courthouse green, with old Debtor's Jail, Colonial Courthouse (circa 1766) Confederate monument, other buildings are focal point of the Court House Historic District.
Rosewell Ruins, Gloucester VA
Historic Rosewell, started in 1725 was one of the finest mansions built in the colonies. Ravaged by a fire in 1916, the ruins are now being stabilized and preserved by the Rosewell Foundation. Visitor Center with exhibit hall, gift shop and archeology lab are open daily. (804) 693-2585.

historic churches: Ware & Abingdon

Two of America's oldest churches, Ware (circa 1690), left, and Abingdon, right, serve Episcopal parishes dating to 1650.



Boteourt Building, Gloucester County Museum of History
Gloucester Museum of History across from the courthouse green is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Call (804) 693-1234 for more information.


Walter Reed's Birthplace, Gloucester County Virginia
Restored birthplace of Dr. Walter Reed, "Conquerer of Yellow Fever" is maintained by Association for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (APVA), is open during Garden Week and on other special occasions. Groups can arrange appointments by calling 804.693.3663 or email
Grounds open to visitors daily.

Sailing on one of Gloucester's five rivers

Miles of shoreline along Gloucester County's five rivers attract sailing, boating and fishing enthusiasts.

North River Historic Homes Water Trails


Beverly Teichs - Harmony District Manager - a Jafra Beauty Consultant

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