Your investment allows us to work as a resource, advocate and catalyst to advance solutions that keep the heart and soul in Virginia's communities. In the new fiscal year, we remain focused on using preservation, education and advocacy to make a difference for historic places in Virginia. Our success is thanks to your support. Thank you for your generous support during fiscal year 2016.
The John Marshall House is hosting a salon to discuss the Marshall's trilogy Supreme Court cases over wine and refreshments with special guests, Chief Ken Adams of the Upper Mattaponi Indian Tribe and Chief Steve Adkins of the Chickahominy Tribal Council. August 31, 2016 from 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Our mission is to make Virginia's communities and historic places of memory stronger, more vital and economically sustainable through preservation, education and advocacy.
Since 1889, Preservation Virginia’s efforts have saved more than 200 unique Virginia’s historic places across the Commonwealth.
Today, we have six sites that are interpreted and open to the public. These sites span the history of this great nation.