Northern Neck – Northumberland County


Framed by Mill and Wilkins Creeks, Northumberland’s Mundy Point offers insight into its present and historical past. Invading British troops used the location as the entry to burn and pillage much of the Northern Neck during the War of 1812. Visitors will pass farms and observe crab pots and oyster beds that still characterize the area, envisioning a time when local watermen and farmers supported canneries, packinghouses, and grist mills. Open for Historic Garden Week for the first time, the five properties on this shuttle bus tour showcase diverse architect-designed homes situated on large pieces of property, each with expansive water views. Landscaping ranges from natural woodlands and farm settings to more formal gardens.


  • Date
    Wednesday April 27, 2022


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