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Member Monday: Patrick Henry’s Red Hill

James Black

Today’s #MemberMonday is Patrick Henry’s Red Hill!

Are you passionate about U.S. history, or just looking for an adventure? Well, you can have both at Patrick Henry’s Red Hill, the last home and burial place of Patrick Henry, the first governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Commemorating the life and legacy of one of America’s legendary Revolutionary War icons, Red Hill keeps the spirit of Patrick Henry’s legacy alive through supportive scholarship, conducting educational programs, and continuing stewardship of the property, fostering a greater understanding of Colonial-era history. The estate also houses a museum featuring the largest collection of Patrick Henry-related artifacts in the country.

For more information about events held at Red Hill, and how you can plan your visit TODAY, click HERE.

For more information about the resources provided by Red Hill to foster a greater degree of understanding concerning the life and legacy of Patrick Henry as well as Colonial-era history, click HERE.

Patrick Henry’s Red Hill is located off 1250 Red Hill Rd, Brookneal, VA 24528, and is about a 50-minute drive south of Lynchburg. You can reach Red Hill by telephone at (434) 376-2044, or by email HERE.