Spring Walk-About – A guided walking tour of historic Town Lot #31

Saturday, April 17, 2021, 10 am or 4 pm

In the 1870s, Alexander G. Brown, a Randolph-Macon College Trustee, built the Ashland Hotel on the lot facing the tracks. The property extended along Henry Clay Road from Railroad Avenue west to James Street where J. Palmer Gordon’s florist business and orchards were located

There will be two walking tours – 10 am and 4 pm – of this block with homes built at the turn of the 19th century anchored by flourishing businesses. Light food and drink will be served after each walk on the lawn at 113 Henry Clay Road.

Museum members are free, but reservations are required – please email ashlandmuseum@comcast.net or phone 804-368-7314.

Non-members are $10. Reservations are required. 

Questions? Contact us at 804-368-7314, or ashlandmuseum@comcast.net, or via our Contact page.

Make your reservations now and get your spring going with architectural house histories and stories about Henry Clay Road residents.

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