Henrico County VA

‘Historic’ bus tours planned

Courtesy Henrico County
Henrico’s 400th anniversary commemoration will take to the road for a series of bus tours of historical county locations, beginning with a daylong look at Henrico’s key Civil War sites on Saturday, June 11. Later tours will examine Henrico’s African-American history and the county’s development over the past four centuries.

Coordinated by the Valentine Richmond History Center and the county’s Division of Recreation and Parks, the historical bus tours run from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and originate at Dabbs House, 3820 Nine Mile Road. The $30 fee includes a box lunch. Reservations must be made by contacting the Valentine Richmond History Center at (804) 649-0711, ext. 301. 

The June 11 tour will feature “Henrico’s Civil War History,” focusing on the 1862 battles of Seven Pines and Malvern Hill as well as the 1864 battle at New Market Heights, during which a number of soldiers from the U.S. Colored Troops earned the Medal of Honor. The tour also will include a visit to Dabbs House, where Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and other Confederate generals charted strategy for the Seven Days Battles in June 1862.

A tour set for Saturday, Aug. 20 will examine “Henrico’s African-American Heritage” with visits to sites highlighting the role African-Americans played in the county’s development.

For details, visit http://www.richmondhistorycenter.com
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