Belle Grove Hosts Temporary Exhibit "To Be Sold: Virginia and the American Slave Trade"

Posted July 24, 2016
Belle Grove Hosts Temporary Exhibit “To Be Sold: Virginia and the American Slave Trade”
Belle Grove Plantation hosted the traveling exhibition "To Be Sold: Virginia and the American Slave Trade" from Wednesday, July 27 through Sunday, September 25, 2016. This exhibit was created by the Library of Virginia with support from the National Endowment… Read More

Exhibit Discusses Slavery at Belle Grove Plantation

Posted March 19, 2016
Belle Grove Plantation Opens for 2016 Season with New Exhibit
On Saturday, March 19, Belle Grove Plantation will opened for the 2016 with a new permanent exhibit that discusses slavery at Belle Grove. It is on display of the lower level of the Manor House and may be viewed as… Read More

Belle Grove Debuts Little Free Library

Posted March 17, 2016
Little Free Library
Belle Grove has new Little Free Library.  It joins the 36,000 free book exchanges worldwide that promote literacy and build a sense of community.  Belle Grove’s Little Free Library was donated by Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area and built by volunteers of United Way… Read More

A Week in the Life of Learning at Belle Grove

Posted December 10, 2015
Education Programs
In just six days—October 16 to October 21 Belle Grove reached a milestone in educational outreach serving more than 3,320 area students.  On Friday, October 16, on the eve of the commemoration events for the Battle of Cedar Creek, Belle… Read More

Belle Grove Plantation and Virginia Quilt Museum Collaborate on Exhibit

Posted November 10, 2015
2015 Quilt Exhibit
A special focus of Belle Grove's November 2015 Antiques Appraisal & Traditional Crafts Fair was an exhibit of Northern Shenandoah Valley quilts.  Belle Grove collaborated with the Virginia Quilt Museum on the exhibit. Belle Grove showed some of the quilts… Read More

Monument to Confederate General Stephen Dodson Ramseur Rededicated

Posted November 18, 2014
Monument to Confederate General Stephen Dodson Ramseur Rededicated
On Monday, October 20, 2014, 150 years after his death from wounds in the Battle of Cedar Creek, a monument to Confederate General Stephen Dodson Ramseur of North Carolina was rededicated.  The monument is located in Middletown, Virginia near the… Read More