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Poplar Forest: Directions to Poplar Forest
Take 29 South toward Lynchburg. After passing the intersection of 29 and 60 at Amherst, continue straight on 29 South (sign will say toward Lynchburg/Danville). At this point you will be on the newly opened bypass around Lynchburg. Continue on 29 South approximately 11 miles. After you cross the Jam...
Poplar Forest: Retreat Home of Thomas Jefferson
& stay from a fortnight to a month at a time. I have fixed myself comfortably, keep some books here, bring others occasionally, am in the solitude of a hermit, and quite at leisure to attend to my ...
Poplar Forest - Lynchburg Photos - IgoUgo
This was Thomas Jefferson’s vacation home, where he came to escape from the hordes who felt that they could visit him at Monticello, where he could rest and have family time with his grandchildren, where ...
Poplar Forest - Thomas Jefferson - Lynchburg - Reviews of Poplar Forest - Thomas Jefferson - TripAdvisor
This is Jefferson's summer home and is in the process of being restored. There were owners after who had changed the house considerably and it is being returned to it's original architecture. There is a museum in the basement. If you like hist...
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library: Visit the Museum - Additional Information: 8) Lynchburg Area
Thomas Jefferson designed and built Poplar Forest, a notable octagonal house on his 4000 acre Bedford County Plantation. Overwhelmed by an almost perpetual round of visitors at Monticello, Jefferson escaped several times a year to his retreat at Poplar Forest. Along with Monticello, Poplar Forest is...
Summer camp at Jefferson's Poplar Forest - Oldhouseweb.com
For 16 years, the Poplar Forest Restoration Field School has catered to a diverse group of adult campers whose idea of heaven is two weeks of intense, hands-on training in museum quality research and restoration. Poplar Forest, near Lynchburg, Virginia was Thomas Jefferson's final great architectura...