Berkeley Plantation

The Berkeley Plantation is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. The location is famous because the Harrison family including the 9th president William Henry Harrison resided in the house. Visitors can take guided tours of the Georgian Mansion and view the breath-taking landscape. The group will be guided by enthusiastic guides who are dressed in period costumes. Features include: the original 1726 mansion, a museum collection and beautiful gardens. The mansion is furnished with a magnificent collection of 18th century antiques. The museum collection contains artifacts from the Civil War as well as a unique collection of paintings that were made by artist Sydney King. The plantation also has a gift shop. The structure occupies a beautifully landscaped hilltop site that overlooks the historic James River. There are benches in the gardens for guests to sit and enjoy the peaceful setting. There are also five terraces of restored boxwood and flower gardens. The tour of the grounds is self-guided. Come visit this famous historic site today!

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