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Visit Virtually!

When you can't come to Belle Grove, you can still
visit virtually!

Meet Ann Tunstall Maury Hite through this new online exhibit. Belle Grove has a collection of letters that Mrs. Hite both wrote and received, which provide a glimpse into what life may have been like in the Shenandoah Valley during the early 1800s. This exhibit explores her life through her own words, from her family, to her faith, to her views on the enslaved workers at Belle Grove.

 

 

 

 

Take a tour of the Museum Shop (this is a 360-degree video, move your device or use the controller at the top left of the screen to move around the space). Learn more about local products the Museum Shop carries from Nina J. Design Studio and The Elegant Muse, Homestead Farm at Fruit Hill Orchard, and Olive Oil Soap Company

Tour the Beverley B. Shoemaker Welcome Center and learn about the renovation of the 1918 Bank Barn to be an visitors and event center (this is a 360-degree video, move your device or use the controller at the top left of the screen to move around the space)

Take a (windy!) early spring walk in the Belle Grove Garden (this is a 360-degree video, move your device or use the controller at the top left of the screen to move around the landscape)

Learn about rhubarb in the Belle Grove Garden