National Register of Historic Places listings in Virginia

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Buildings, sites, districts, and objects in Virginia listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

As of September 18, 2017, there are 3,028 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in all 95 Virginia counties and 37 of the 38 independent cities, including 120 National Historic Landmarks and National Historic Landmark Districts, four National Historical Parks, two National Monuments, two National Battlefield Parks, one National Memorial, one National Battlefield and one National Military Park.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 9, 2017.[1]

Current listings by county and independent city[edit]

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county and independent city. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[3] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. The counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.

Map of Virginia Counties and Independent Cities 2013.svg
Tazewell County Courthouse, Tazewell Historic District, Tazewell
County/City # of
Sites
1 Accomack 28
2 Albemarle 98
3 Alexandria (city) 47
4 Alleghany 14
5 Amelia 10
6 Amherst 28
7 Appomattox 6
8 Arlington 68
9 Augusta 53
10 Bath 21
11 Bedford 31
12 Bland 4
13 Botetourt 28
14 Bristol (city) 13
15 Brunswick 11
16 Buchanan 1
17 Buckingham 12
18 Buena Vista (city) 5
19 Campbell 14
20 Caroline 19
21 Carroll 8
22 Charles City 29
23 Charlotte 19
24 Charlottesville (city) 64
25 Chesapeake (city) 10
26 Chesterfield 29
27 Clarke 39
28 Colonial Heights (city) 8
29 Covington (city) 4
30 Craig 3
31 Culpeper 27
32 Cumberland 16
33 Danville (city) 19
34 Dickenson 1
35 Dinwiddie 18
36 Emporia (city) 7
37 Essex 16
38 Fairfax 60
39 Fairfax (city) 6
40 Falls Church (city) 6
41 Fauquier 64
42 Floyd 9
43 Fluvanna 18
44 Franklin 25
45 Franklin (city) 4
46 Frederick 28
47 Fredericksburg (city) 25
48 Galax (city) 4
49 Giles 11
50 Gloucester 33
51 Goochland 24
52 Grayson 7
53 Greene 8
54 Greensville 3
55 Halifax 33
56 Hampton (city) 30
57 Hanover 40
58 Harrisonburg (city) 11
59 Henrico 30
60 Henry 17
61 Highland 7
62 Hopewell (city) 9
63 Isle Of Wight 19
64 James City 18
65 King and Queen 15
66 King George 14
67 King William 19
68 Lancaster 12
69 Lee 7
70 Lexington (city) 17
71 Loudoun 90
72 Louisa 21
73 Lunenburg 10
74 Lynchburg (city) 52
75 Madison 20
76 Manassas (city) 6
77 Manassas Park (city) 2
78 Martinsville (city) 8
79 Mathews 15
80 Mecklenburg 24
81 Middlesex 15
82 Montgomery 70
83 Nelson 22
84 New Kent 15
85 Newport News (city) 33
86 Norfolk (city) 59
87 Northampton 27
88 Northumberland 26
89 Norton (city) 1
90 Nottoway 10
91 Orange 35
92 Page 30
93 Patrick 11
94 Petersburg (city) 39
95 Pittsylvania 19
96 Poquoson (city) 0
97 Portsmouth (city) 22
98 Powhatan 20
99 Prince Edward 15
100 Prince George 10
101 Prince William 44
102 Pulaski 19
103 Radford (city) 8
104 Rappahannock 18
105 Richmond 9
106 Richmond (city) 216
107 Roanoke 10
108 Roanoke (city) 48
109 Rockbridge 48
110 Rockingham 41
111 Russell 11
112 Salem (city) 15
113 Scott 10
114 Shenandoah 34
115 Smyth 23
116 Southampton 15
117 Spotsylvania 15
118 Stafford 20
119 Staunton (city) 32
120 Suffolk (city) 24
121 Surry 19
122 Sussex 9
123 Tazewell 22
124 Virginia Beach (city) 25
125 Warren 22
126 Washington 15
127 Waynesboro (city) 11
128 Westmoreland 22
129 Williamsburg (city) 11
130 Winchester (city) 21
131 Wise 18
132 Wythe 21
133 York 10
(duplicates) (48)[4]
Total: 3,029

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 9, 2017.
  2. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  3. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved March 11, 2009. 
  4. ^ The following sites are listed in more than one county or city: Benjamin Banneker: SW-9 Intermediate Boundary Stone (Arlington, Falls Church (city)), Bear's Den Rural Historic District (Clarke, Loudoun), Buffalo Mountain Presbyterian Church and Cemetery (Carroll, Floyd), Clarkton Bridge (Charlotte, Halifax), Cleridge (Clarke, Frederick), Douthat State Park Historic District (Alleghany, Bath), George Washington Memorial Parkway (Arlington, Fairfax), Georgetown Pike (Arlington, Fairfax), Haines Chapel and Cemetery (Nelson and Rockbridge), High Bridge (Cumberland and Prince Edward), James River and Kanawha Canal Historic District (Henrico, Richmond (city)), Keswick (Chesterfield, Powhatan), Manassas National Battlefield Park (Fairfax, Prince William), Milford Battlefield (Page, Warren), Millers Tavern Rural Historic District (Essex, King and Queen), Gen. William Mitchell House (Fauquier, Loudoun), Mount Vernon Memorial Highway (Alexandria (city), Arlington, Fairfax), Norfolk Southern Six Mile Bridge No. 58 (Amherst, Campbell), Northwest No. 3 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax), Page County Bridge No. 1990 (Page, Warren), Rapidan Historic District (Culpeper, Orange), Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers (Fairfax, Prince William), Quantico Marine Corps Base Historic District (Prince William, Stafford), Rugby Road-University Corner Historic District (Albemarle, Charlottesville (city)), Saltville Battlefields Historic District (Smyth, Washington), Sayler's Creek Battlefield (Amelia, Prince Edward) Scottsville Historic District (Albemarle, Fluvanna), Seven Islands Archeological and Historic District (Buckingham, Fluvanna), Skyline Drive Historic District (Albemarle, Augusta, Greene, Madison, Page, Rockingham, Rappahannock, Warren), Southwest No. 4 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Alexandria (city), Arlington), Southwest No. 5 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Alexandria (city), Arlington), Southwest No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax), Southwest No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax), Southwest No. 8 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax), Swannanoa (Augusta, Nelson), Thoroughfare Gap Battlefield (Fauquier, Prince William), West Cornerstone (Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church), Woolen Mills Village Historic District (Albemarle, Charlottesville (city)), Beverley Mill (Fauquier, Prince William), Broad Run-Little Georgetown Rural Historic District (Fauquier, Prince William)