Greetings, As always, the safety and wellbeing of all visitors and volunteers to Woodville Plantation is always of paramount concern for the Neville House Associates. In this time of uncertainty and continually changing information regarding the COVID-19 virus and its transmission, we came to the decision back in March to remain closed and postpone all immediate events until further notice.
For this month, we are recommending the David McCullough book, The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West. This book is currently available in our gift shop and is available for order, and we are willing to either ship it for a reasonable fee, or arrange for pickup while observing any necessary social distancing
Greetings!As many of you know, we started a monthly sewing circle in the summer last season. On the third Sunday of every month, we typically gather in the Stillhouse to work on our projects and have great conversation!Unfortunately with the current events, gathering in the Stillhouse just isn’t an option. So instead, we are launching virtual sewing circles! We have
Autumn of the Black Snake: The Creation of the US Army and the Invasion that Opened the West by William Hogeland Read of this fascinating story that also involves George Washington and Mad Anthony Wayne… In 1783, with the signing of the Peace of Paris, the American Revolution was complete. And yet even as the newly independent United States secured
Last month we completed the first step in our barn construction project. All construction projects on historical sites must consider their impact on archaeological resources. At Woodville Plantation, the visible site consisting of ca. 1780 mansion, outbuilding, and reconstructed gardens actually sits atop underground deposits of artifacts and cultural soil patterns that archaeologists call features. These deposits have the potential
We are excited to be opening to the public again on June 7, 2020 with certain mandated regulations in place.Come take a tour of the John Neville House and learn of life as a well off family during the late 18th century and 19th century. As the health and safety of our docents, museum aides, and visitors are of utmost