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P W wrote a review Nov 2019
Norfolk, Virginia48 contributions30 helpful votes
Wonderful introductory film to provide context. The docents are personable and knowledgible. Get on their mailing lest for info on numerous special events for both adults and children.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Mackenzie wrote a review Nov 2019
Agoura Hills58 contributions6 helpful votes
We are on an ancestry hunt and the people were most helpful. That aside, we also learned so much about the history of the area, life lived at that time, and how things were made. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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kirby105 wrote a review Aug 2019
norfolk,va188 contributions106 helpful votes
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Ok so my wife says “Let’s visit the historic church that’s in Irvington!” Me, not so much. She was right (like normally), it was a great museum. It has interactive stations where you can look at the details before going to the church itself. Short movie gave the background and story behind the building. Probably spent an hour and a half (I was thinking quick run through folklore by a trip to a local brewery!) visiting. Five buck donation to get the tour which was outstanding, the guide could not be stumped.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CBOsprey wrote a review Jul 2019
Virginia87 contributions20 helpful votes
This is a special and well preserved church from the colonial times in the Northern Neck. The unusual equal transept design is worth seeing by itself. the cemetery is interesting, but not obligatory to get the feeling of the era. While not the oldest church in Virginia, it is one of the more interesting.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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lburke19 wrote a review Jul 2019
Hampton Roades, Virginia64 contributions32 helpful votes
There is both a museum and a guided tour of the church itself available for $5. We had a bit of time before our tour, so we were able to watch both short movies about the church history (one narrated by former CBS newsman Roger Mudd). The museum is interesting and the tour highlights the unique architecture of the church.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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