Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia

Mission:   to collect, preserve, interpret and promote the county’s  past  for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations

Photo Collage Historic Trinity Church                                    CHSV Seal

Historic Sites and Resources

Thank you for your interest in our county history and we hope you can visit one of our sites soon!  Interested In History If you have a few hours one day a week to spare, then Magnolia Grange and the Museum needs your help. We are in need of a few Docents to help with giving tours and helping with special programs and events. If you are interested, contact Pat Roble at 768-7311 (museum) and Lorie Arnold at 804-748-1498 (Magnolia Grange).

Castlewood             1892 Jail and Museum            Historic Trinity Church        1842 Point of Rocks 

Magnolia Grange          1917 Courthouse        Eppington         Pleasant View School       

Notice:  Not all historic sites are open to the public.  Castlewood is not available to the publics but soon to be under the direction of the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia.  Eppington Plantation Home is open the first weekend in October annualy.

The Historic 1917 Courthouse is not open to the public.  It is and active court and in use by the Chesterfield Courts.  Because of the Corona Virus Pandemic, the Historic 1892 Jail and Magnolia Grange House Museum have limited open days.  We apologize for the inconvenience.