Welcome to The Prince George County Regional Heritage Center
The Prince George County Regional Heritage Center tells the story of one of Virginia’s most historic and oldest counties. The center is located in the old Prince George Courthouse. The Prince George County Courthouse has stood at the center of Prince George County since 1883. Today, with architecture restored and state-of-the-art exhibits, it stands as the Prince George County Regional Heritage Center, telling the fascinating story of one of Virginia’s most historical areas. Step into the timeline of a history that begins before human habitation and travels through the development of a region that is today home to major industry and high technology. Experience exhibits and displayed artifacts that continue the story of the land that once knew no boundaries, its people, and its community. Set in the Courthouse of 1883, the Center is unique in its presentation of the County’s story and is a great place to begin one’s visit to Prince George.
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Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Prince George County Regional Heritage Center Phone: 804-863-0212
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Admission to the Center is Free
6406 Courthouse Road, Prince George, Virginia 23875
Driving Directions Link: Prince George County Regional Heritage Center Directions
“Fort Powhatan: Then and Now”
Sunday, April 29 2:00pm
Thomas Jefferson ordered the construction of this strategic defense while governor of Virginia. First as Hood’s Battery, later Fort Powhatan, it is a remarkable story of endurance and heritage. No one knows the story better than George Fickett who makes a return visit to talk about this Prince George treasure on the James River and the current efforts to protect its long-standing contribution to Prince George history and heritage.
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The Prince George County Regional Heritage Center is a 501(c)(3) Virginia Corporation. All dues and donations are fully tax deductible. The Center is a member of the Hopewell-Prince George Chamber of Commerce, the Virginia Association of Museums, and the American Association for State and Local History.