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Opening Weekend Trail Hike at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest

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The natural beauty of the landscape at Poplar Forest captivated Thomas Jefferson. In fact, he compiled much of the material for his only book, Notes on the State of Virginia, when he decamped to Poplar Forest to elude British capture in 1781. Join Dr. Eric Proebsting, the director of Archaeology and Landscapes for an afternoon trek through the woodlands and meadows of Poplar Forest. Admission is $10 per person. Reservations are suggested.

*PLEASE NOTE: Schedule is subject to change. Please call our Museum Shop at 434-534-8120 or check out website for the most up to date event information.

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Opening Weekend Trail Hike at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest
  • 1542 Bateman Bridge Road
  • Forest, VA 24551
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  • Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest
  • $10 per person