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the inn at meander plantation
Escape to Virginia wine country at The Inn at Meander Plantation. Just minutes from Cedar Mountain Battlefield and James Madison’s Montpelier, and centrally located between Washington DC, Fredericksburg, VA, and Charlottesville, VA, this luxury inn is a historic destination away from hectic city life. Visit The Inn at Meander Plantation to rest, unwind and enjoy the pleasures of a simpler pace.
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the american battlefield trust
The American Battlefield Trust (ABT) preserves America’s hallowed battlegrounds and educates the public about what happened there and why it matters. ABT permanently protects these battlefields for future generations as a lasting and tangible memorial to the brave soldiers who fought in the American Revolution, the War of 1812, and the Civil War.
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CEDAR MOUNTAIN FARM
Nestled on 112 acres in the Virginia Piedmont foothills, Cedar Mountain Farm is a piece of American history, an operational farm, and an idyllic setting for celebrating with loved ones. Whether you are planning a wedding, engagement photography session, or family gathering, the Farm is the perfect place to recharge, reconnect and rejoice. Cedar Mountain Farm is a family-run business, dedicated to sustainable practices and giving back to the local community.
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TREVILIAN STATION BATTLEFIELD FOUNDATION
The Trevilian Station Battlefield Foundation (TSBF) is a 501(c)(3) Virginia Corporation dedicated to the preservation of the Battlefield of Trevilian Station, site of the largest all-cavalry action of the Civil War. The Foundation also works to acquire battlefield land, preserve of artifacts for posterity, and educate the public. At the Battle of Trevilian Station, June 11-12, 1864, Union cavalry under Major General Philip Sheridan fought against Confederate Cavalry under Major Generals Wade Hampton and Fitzhugh Lee. Please visit trevilianstation.com for additional information about the battle, tours and upcoming events.
carver 4-county museum
The Carver 4-County Museum’s goal is to research and display historical stories about the students, faculty, administrators, parents and supporters of the George Washington Carver Regional High School. Opened in 1948, the school was the only high school designated for minority children from the counties of Culpeper, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock until full integration in 1968. The Carver 4-County Museum, located in the original library of the school at 9432 James Madison Highway in Rapidan, Culpeper County, is an initiative of the George Washington Carver Regional High School Alumni Association and is administered by members of the organization’s History Committee. The museum held its grand opening in February 2019. For the fall 2019/winter 2020 season, visitors may come to the museum by appointment. Groups are welcome. Call (540) 308-5014.