Historic Berkeley, Shirley and Westover

 

Nestled along the James River, off scenic Route 5 in bucolic Charles City County, Berkeley, Shirley, and Westover were all settled in the early 1600s as tobacco plantations, with Westover Church serving as the local parish. Their recorded histories date back over 400 years and are interwoven with stories of the earliest indigenous people, European settlers and indentured servants, enslaved Africans and their descendants through the colonization, founding, fighting, and reformation of the United States of America. Each property, designated as a National Historic Landmark built in the early 1700s, is unique in its architectural design and craftsmanship and features walking grounds and gardens.

Contact information at tour sites and for bus groups:
Berkeley Plantation:
Tammy Radcliff
(888) 466-6018 or info@berkeleyplantation.com
berkeleyplantation.com

Shirley Plantation:
Melissa Bjorkman
(804) 829-5121 or info@historicshirley.com

Westover Plantation:
Andrea Erda
(804) 829-2882 or aerda@historicwestover.com
Historicwestover.com

Info

  • Date
    Saturday April 15, 2023
  • Host
    Historic Berkeley, Shirley and Westover Plantations

Questions?
info@BerkelyPlantation.com, info@ShirleyPlantation.com, aerda@historicwestover.com

 
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