Danville Historical Society P.O. Box 6, Danville, VA 24543-0006 www.danvillehistory.org
Danville Historic District
Millionaires Row and the Old West End National Register Historic District boasts some of the best Victorian and Edwardian domestic architecture in all of Virginia and North Carolina.
Many of the mansions built by the tobacco and textile barons of the late 19th century still stand as testimony to the wealth and power of those industries.
42nd Annual Holiday Tour
December 13 and 14 from 1-5 PM.
Tickets are $20 each and are on sale now at
Karen's Hallmark, Vintages by the Dan, Rippe's, Haymore Landscaping, and Ginger Bread House.
Tickets will also be available on the tour dates at Schoolfield Museum and Cultural Center, the Langhorne House Museum, and the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History.
Purchase tickets and enjoy this wonderful tour. See three historic homes; an apartment in Stratford House; Kennedy Hall; an historic church; Danville Historical Society exhibits; and three history museums.
You won't want to miss it!
If you are interested in volunteering for a two-hour shift during the tour, please contact Dave Corp at 434-709-4869.
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Are you interested in helping the Danville Historical Society in general? You're 100% tax deductible donation helps support the Danville Historical Society's general operating expenses, collections, and programming.
Danville, Virginia is located in the south-central Piedmont region of the state, right on the North Carolina border. It is surrounded on three sides by Pittsylvania County. Virginia -- the state's largest -- and by Caswell County, North Carolina to the south.