Patrick Henry's Scotchtown, Beaverdam
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown, built in the early half of the 18th century was home to several notable Virginians including Patrick Henry, noted orator of the American Revolution. It was here that Henry conceived of his most influential revolutionary ideas. The architecturally unique home and reproduction outbuildings are excellent examples of a small Virginia plantation. Acquired by Preservation Virginia (then known as the APVA) in 1958, after many changes in ownership and building structure, the home was restored to closely resemble the period of the Henry families residence. Scotchtown is located in Hanover Country at 16120 Chiswell Lane, Beaverdam, VA. Visitors can enjoy guided tours during the months of March through December on Saturdays from 10-5 and Sundays from 12-5. General Admission is $8. For more information call 804-227-3500 or visit www.preservationvirginia.orgSee Patrick Henry's Scotchtown and all Beaverdam has to offer by arranging your trip with our Beaverdam itinerary maker.
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This plantation is easily accessible from I-95 and worth the detour if you're on your way somewhere else. If you go, I hope you have Susan as your tour guide because she was wonderful! There are a few... read more »
We were prompted to visit after hearing a dialogue in Williamsburg between Henry and George Washington--excellent actors BTW--and we had not visited Scotchtown in 15 years. A museum room has been adde... read more »
My husband and I were doing our Back Roads Roadtrip and stumbled upon Scotchtown! It was listed on my large Rand McNally map, but didn't show up on my GPS. We found it by just driving down Scotchtown ... read more »
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