National Register of Historic Places listings in Virginia


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 October 7, 2011, there are 2,765 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in all 95 Virginia counties and 36 of 39 independent cities, including 119 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.

Number of listings by county and independent city

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[1] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[2] 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.

George Washington's Gristmill, Lorton
J. W. Wood Building, Lynchburg
Petersburg Courthouse, Petersburg
Beverley Historic District, Staunton
Shenandoah Historic District, Shenandoah
Francis Scott Key Bridge, Arlington
Leander McCormick Observatory, Charlottesville
County/City # of
Sites
1 Accomack 25
2 Albemarle 88
3 Alexandria (city) 42
4 Alleghany 14
5 Amelia 9
6 Amherst 22
7 Appomattox 5
8 Arlington 63
9 Augusta 52
10 Bath 12
11 Bedford County 25
12 Bedford (city) 6
13 Bland 3
14 Botetourt 25
15 Bristol (city) 10
16 Brunswick 11
17 Buchanan 2
18 Buckingham 10
19 Buena Vista (city) 5
20 Campbell 14
21 Caroline 18
22 Carroll 8
23 Charles City 28
24 Charlotte 19
25 Charlottesville (city) 65
26 Chesapeake (city) 9
27 Chesterfield 26
28 Clarke 37
29 Colonial Heights (city) 6
30 Covington (city) 2
31 Craig 3
32 Culpeper 26
33 Cumberland 15
34 Danville (city) 16
35 Dickenson 1
36 Dinwiddie 19
37 Emporia (city) 7
38 Essex 14
39 Fairfax County 51
40 Fairfax (city) 6
41 Falls Church (city) 5
42 Fauquier 54
43 Floyd 8
44 Fluvanna 16
45 Franklin County 22
46 Franklin (city) 2
47 Frederick 25
48 Fredericksburg (city) 22
49 Galax (city) 3
50 Giles 8
51 Gloucester 31
52 Goochland 23
53 Grayson 8
54 Greene 8
55 Greensville 3
56 Halifax 25
57 Hampton (city) 28
58 Hanover 37
59 Harrisonburg (city) 8
60 Henrico 29
61 Henry 18
62 Highland 6
63 Hopewell (city) 9
64 Isle Of Wight 20
65 James City 17
66 King and Queen 14
67 King George 14
68 King William 19
69 Lancaster 11
70 Lee 6
71 Lexington (city) 15
72 Loudoun 77
73 Louisa 22
74 Lunenburg 10
75 Lynchburg (city) 45
76 Madison 19
77 Manassas (city) 3
78 Manassas Park (city) 0
79 Martinsville (city) 7
80 Mathews 13
81 Mecklenburg 23
82 Middlesex 14
83 Montgomery 67
84 Nelson 17
85 New Kent 12
86 Newport News (city) 31
87 Norfolk (city) 51
88 Northampton 27
89 Northumberland 26
90 Norton (city) 0
91 Nottoway 9
92 Orange 33
93 Page 28
94 Patrick 12
95 Petersburg (city) 37
96 Pittsylvania 17
97 Poquoson (city) 0
98 Portsmouth (city) 23
99 Powhatan 19
100 Prince Edward 11
101 Prince George 9
102 Prince William 46
103 Pulaski 19
104 Radford (city) 7
105 Rappahannock 15
106 Richmond County 9
107 Richmond (city) 190
108 Roanoke County 8
109 Roanoke (city) 39
110 Rockbridge 45
111 Rockingham 37
112 Russell 10
113 Salem (city) 13
114 Scott 10
115 Shenandoah 28
116 Smyth 22
117 Southampton 13
118 Spotsylvania 16
119 Stafford 18
120 Staunton (city) 31
121 Suffolk (city) 23
122 Surry 18
123 Sussex 8
124 Tazewell 20
125 Virginia Beach (city) 21
126 Warren 19
127 Washington 15
128 Waynesboro (city) 9
129 Westmoreland 21
130 Williamsburg (city) 11
131 Winchester (city) 17
132 Wise 19
133 Wythe 19
134 York 11
(duplicates) (37)[3]
Total: 2,765

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html. 
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/nrlist.htm. Retrieved March 11, 2009. 
  3. ^ The following sites are listed in more than one county or city in the NRIS: Bear's Den Rural Historic District (Clarke, Loudoun), Cedar Creek Battlefield and Belle Grove (Frederick, Warren), Cobham Park (Albemarle, Louisa), Douthat State Park Historic District (Alleghany, Bath), George Washington Memorial Parkway (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), James River and Kanawha Canal Historic District (Henrico, Richmond (city)), Keswick (Chesterfield, Powhatan), Manassas National Battlefield Park (Fairfax (county), Prince William), Gen. William Mitchell House (Fauquier, Loudoun), Mount Vernon Memorial Highway (Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Norfolk Southern Six Mile Bridge No. 58 (Amherst, Campbell), Northwest No. 3 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), [[Oakdale (Floyd, Virginia)|]] (Floyd and Franklin), Rapidan Historic District (Culpeper, Orange), Rose Hill Farm (Fauquier, Loudoun), 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, Arlington), Southwest No. 5 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Alexandria, Arlington), Southwest No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Southwest No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Southwest No. 8 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia (Arlington, Fairfax (county)), Swannanoa (Augusta, Nelson), Tuckahoe (Goochland, Henrico), West Cornerstone (Arlington, Fairfax (county), Falls Church), Woolen Mills Village Historic District (Albemarle, Charlottesville (city))

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