Videos and Online Programs

Through the support of individuals and foundations, we cover a lot of ground around Virginia each year. With the videos and recorded webinars below, you can learn about our work maintaining and interpreting our six historic sites, interesting people and places in Virginia history, and our advocacy for historic sites all over the Commonwealth. Keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube accounts for new videos as they premiere!

To see a list of all of the speakers who have participated in our webinars and online programs see Panelists.

The 2022 Preservation Academy Series: Virginia State-Level Grants for historic African American and Indigenous Sites

The 2022 Preservation Academy Series: Federal-Level Grants for historic African American and Indigenous Sites

Bacon’s Castle Visits Living 757 to talk Black History in the 757

The 2022 Preservation Academy Series: Understanding National and State Historic Registers

Knights, Mead and History: The Spring Village Faire

Battlefields Threatened by Data Centers: Virginia’s Most Endangered Historic Places 2022

Textile Treasures Video Series: Bed Rug

Textile Treasures Video Series: The Quilt Top Mystery

The 2022 Preservation Academy Series: Understanding Historic Districts

Behind the Walls at Bacon’s Castle

General Assembly Preview Webinar

Textile Treasures Video Series: Ambler Needlework

Raising the Roof at Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown

Saving Turkey Run: Virginia’s Most Endangered Historic Places 2021

Archaeology, Social Relevance, and Community Engagement

Historic Preservation and Natural Resource Conservation: National Heritage Areas and the Great Dismal Swamp

Most Endangered Historic Places, Civil War Battlefields in which United States Colored Troops (USCT) Fought Webinar

Preserving USCT Battlefields: Virginia’s Most Endangered Historic Places 2021

Historic Preservation and Environmental Justice Webinar

Archaeological Discoveries at Scotchtown

History Where It Happened: The 1807 Treason Trial of Aaron Burr

Scotchtown Revealed

Preserving Historic Barns

Bricks and Bones: Archaeological Discoveries in the Bacon’s Castle Hinterlands

Historic Resources and Disasters: Solutions and Planning Webinar

2021 General Assembly Session Preview Webinar

Rosenwald Schools in Virginia: Updates and Preservation Tools Webinar

Restoration and Discovery at the John Marshall House

Preservation Awards Interview Series: Chloe Shelton

Touring John Smith’s “New Fort” in Surry, Virginia

Webinar: Preserving and Recording African American Cemeteries

Preservation Awards Interview Series: Literacy InterActives

History Where it Happened Series: Marbury v. Madison

Webinar: Intended to Endure: Marshall and the Court

Preservation Awards Interview Series: Halifax County Historical Society


Preservation Awards Interview Series: Restoration Housing

The Role of Historic Preservation in Recovering from the Pandemic: An Online Discussion

Preserving the Smokehouse at Bacon’s Castle

Webinar: Visions of Race in Early Republic Richmond

Making Preservation More Inclusive: An Online Discussion

Webinar: A Virtual Tour of Bacon’s Castle

Webinar: John Marshall at Home

Webinar: Treasures of Preservation Virginia

A Visit to the Flippen Cemetery

The Mint Julep: John Marshall Affirmed

A Silver Lining: Archivist Rats

Tobacco Barn Quilt Trail

Interview with Henry Rice, Model Maker

Paint Analysis and Restoration Work at Cape Henry Lighthouse

Conservation of Letter from George Washington to John Marshall in Preservation Virginia’s Artifact Collection

Webinar: John Marshall at Home

Reversible Needlework Sampler of Mary Ambler Marshall

Historic Duke of Norfolk Punch Recipe with the Curator of Collections

2020 Preservation Virginia Award Winners

Preservation Virginia: 140 Years of Saving the Irreplaceable

A Special Message from the CEO

The Cole Digges House: a Tour of Preservation Virginia’s Statewide Headquarters

350 Year Old Brick Red Wash at Bacon’s Castle

The Mystery of the 1701 Barn at Bacon’s Castle

Preserving African American Historic Places Conference in Alexandria, Virginia