Step inside the private world of Thomas Jefferson at his personal retreat, Poplar Forest, in historic Lynchburg, Virginia.The tour of Jefferson’s retreat house includes meticulously restored architecture and tells guests about the daily life of the third President of the United States.
With a solemn atmosphere, the National D-Day Memorial welcomes guests to learn about the events that shaped the history of the world and the remainder of the twentieth century. Come visit this monumental site that pays tribute to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
The Lynchburg Museum has over 25,000 objects ranging from antique toys, quilts, Civil War artifacts, and historic photographs. Featuring a display of rich Central Virginia history, the museum shares stories of the people and events that shaped Lynchburg and its surrounding areas.
A Virginia Historic Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places, Anne Spencer House was the home of the famous Harlem Renaissance poet. With an immense amount of history to explore in both the house itself and its garden, Anne Spencer’s residence is an educational and scenic destination in Lynchburg, Virginia.