White Oak Museum
Housed in the former White Oak Elementary School, the White Oak Civil War Museum was a community project. Here you can find pretty much anything that was metal and issued to a soldier. With a mission to help people, its "like old friends."
Belmont: The Love Story
He was one of the most successful painters of his time, sought out by the rich and famous. She was a beautiful, young art student, and his biggest fan. They fell in love on an ocean liner and spent their lives sharing art.
Ellen Mitchell: A Quest for Freedom
The Fredericksburg Region's African-American Heritage Trail includes the story of slave Ellen Mitchell of Chatham Manor who buys her freedom as well as the freedom of her five children.
White Oak Museum Visitors
Housed in a former school house, the learning never stops at the White Oak Civil War Museum. "You never know what's going to come through that door" says Founder DP Newton.
Belmont: An Artist's Life
Visit the home of artist Gari Melchers in Falmouth, Virginia. Enjoy delving into the perfectly preserved home and studio where Melchers spent his final years. A virtual time capsule, it's a wonderful way for guests to explore the material culture and methodology of a world-renowned artist.
Belmont: History in the Landscape
Explore the layers of history at Gari Melchers Home & Studio at Belmont.