Historic Long Branch

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Facility:Historic Long Branch
Description:Long Branch was built around 1805 by Robert Carter Burwell, a member of a group of Tidewater tobacco planters who moved to the Shenandoah Valley at the end of the 18th Century. They built large and well-appointed houses and raised tobacco and wheat with slave labor. This new plantation society revolved around the village of Millwood with its store, blacksmith shop and gristmill. Long Branch passed through several owners before being bought and restored by Harry Z. Isaacs, whose Foundation operates the Museum today.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:830 Long Branch Lane (Rts 624 and 626)
Address 2:
City:Millwood
State/Province:VA
Zip Code:22646
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Year round daily from 8-6 for picknicking and self-guided tours. Guided Mansion Tours are offered 12-4, weekends only Apr 1 - Oct 31
Admission:Mansion Tours (Apr-Oct) Adults $8, AAA members and Senior Citizens $6, Children under 12 are $4
Telephone:(888) 558-5567
Website:Visit Website
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