James River Plantations - April 19

Open together, three historic properties and a church established in the early 1600s celebrate Historic Garden Week on three consecutive days. A special combo ticket allows access to the extensive grounds, gardens, numerous outbuildings, and first floor interiors of all sites. All are located between scenic Route 5 and the James River in Charles City, a county with an expansive history over its 400 years, including the indigenous, the indentured, the enslaved, early European settlers, and generations of their descendants. Built in the 1700s by a combination of indentured and enslaved labor, Berkeley, Shirley and Westover Plantations are Virginia and National Historic Landmarks, working farms, private homes and living links to our country’s past. 






  • Date
    Monday April 19, 2021
    10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Host
    Historic Richmond and the 4 garden clubs of the GCV located in Richmond
  • Price
  • Tour Headquarters
    12602 Harrison Landing Road, Charles City, Virginia, 23030
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