- Upper Brandon Plantation 1802 Upper Brandon Road Spring Grove, VA 23881
Step back in time on this historical 2200-acre James River plantation. In touch with its past, but dressed with all the modern conveniences, The Conference Center at Upper Brandon provides accommodations & dining for special events, corporate retreats, meetings, reunions and weddings
- Flowerdew Hundred 1800 Flowerdew Hundred Rd, North Prince George, VA 23860 Dates to 1618/19 with the patent by Sir George Yeardly, the Governor and Captain General of Virginia, of 1,000 acres (400 ha) on the south side of the James River. Yeardley probably named the plantation after his wife's wealthy father, Anthony Flowerdew, just as he named another plantation "Stanley Hundred" after his wife's wealthy mother, Martha Stanley. (Yeardley's wife, Temperance Flower, came from English gentry in the County of Norfolk.) A "hundred" was historically a division of a shire or county. With a population of about 30, the plantation was economically successful with thousands of pounds of tobacco produced along with corn, fish and livestock. Sir George paid 120 pounds (possibly a hogshead of tobacco) to build the first windmill in British America. Today, Flowerdew Hundred plantation is a private residence.*
- Merchant’s Hope Church 15500 Merchants Hope Road Prince George, VA 23875
If you like history, you’ll appreciate the oldest (1657) Episcopalian church still utilized for worship in the US. Designated as a state and national Historical landmark. One of the great treasures is the Great Bible, rebound and not totally complete, was printed in London in 1639-40…considered to be the Bible with longest association with one parish.
Contact: (804) 458-1356
By appointment only
- US Army Quartermaster Museum 1201 22nd St, Fort Lee, VA 23801
You’ll see how the Quartermaster Corps has sustained the US Army by supplying it with food, water, clothing, fuel, shelter and other things they can’t survive without throughout our history. General George Washington called the Quartermaster Corps the “department on which all the operations of an army essentially depend”.
Contact: (804) 734-4203
- US Army Women’s Museum 2100 A Ave Fort Lee, VA 23801
You will find no prouder women than those whose history comes to life in the US Army Women’s Museum. The museum traces their history from the American Revolution to today. Enjoy memorabilia throughout the gallery as well as videos and interactives.
The Joint Culinary Training Exercise (JCTE) at Fort Lee is the largest military culinary competition in the North America. Since 1973, the competition has been held each year with the exception of 1991 and 2003, during Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom. The competition is sanctioned by the American Culinary Federation and showcases the talents of military chefs from around the globe in all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Civil War Trails in Prince George County
- Lee vs. Grant: 1864 Overland Campaign Tour (Driving Tour)
- Prince George Courthouse: In 1864 parts of the Union army camped here and marched through here on the way to the coming confrontation at Petersburg
- Beefsteak Cattle Raid: September 1864, the Confederate cavalry successfully slid behind Union lines to capture 2,486 steers meant to feed Union troops engaged in the siege of Petersburg. Sign at intersection of Route 609 (old Stage Rd.) and 106 (Courthouse Rd.)
Leisure & Recreation
Swader Sports Park 4725 Whitehill Blvd Prince George, VA 23875 Family sports park features: batting cages, driving range, two 18-hole miniature golf courses, and two go-cart tracks.
Contact: (804) 733-3700
- Splat Brothers Paint Ball 13908 James River Rd. Prince George, VA 23875
Contact: (804) 452-2566
- Appomattox Small Boat Harbor 1604 Fine Street Prince George, VA 23875, 804-733-5770
- Jordan Point Yacht Haven 101 Jordan Point Rd, Prince George, VA 23875, 804-458-3398
- Prince George Golf Course 8399 Golf Course Dr, Disputanta, VA 23842
Contact: (804) 991-2251
Petersburg Area Regional Tourism
The Petersburg Area Regional Tourism Corporation was founded in 2006 in order to help visitors discover one of Virginia's most historic and entertaining regions. We welcome you to see for yourself what has been attracting visitors here for over 400 years.
Parks & Recreation:
The County provides recreational facilities in conjunction with public school sites and residential subdivisions, accessible from all parts of the County. All-season youth and adult sports, physical fitness programs, family trips & activities, special interest classes and youth support day camp programs are offered by the PG Department of Recreation & Parks. Two parks in the County, Scott Memorial Park and Temple Recreation Park, are open to residents from dawn to dusk.