Poplar Hall is reputed to be one of the oldest
commercial building's in Farmville and the front of the building still
bears the site of the impact of two cannon ball hits fired from across
the nearby Appomattox River at the end of the Civil War.
Farmville is steeped in rich history spanning from the Civil War to the civil rights in education movement, plan a weekend of sightseeing and shopping in this most historic community.
Visit the Robert Russa Moton Museum, nearby Sailor's Creek Battlefield, High Bridge Trail State Park, Central Virginia's Largest Aerial Adventure Park.
The majestic High Bridge, which is more than 2,400 feet long and 125 feet above the Appomattox River. It is the longest recreational bridge in Virginia
Robert Russa Moton High School, now a National Historic Landmark and museum, is the student birthplace of America’s Civil Rights Revolution.
The Adventure Park at Sandy River Retreat in Farmville, Virginia has over 60 Obstacles & 20 Zip Lines! Central Virginia's Largest Aerial Adventure Park
Visit Hampden-Sydney College, founded in 1775, it is the oldest private school
in the Southern U.S., or stop by Longwood University's Visual Arts
Visit Longwood University, the location to host the single vice presidential debate for the 2016 election, check out these great features that Farmville offers:
Farmville boast a variety of fine dining, fast food
restaurants and diners offering homestyle cooking, the choices are
These local restaurants serve some of the best food in the South and are well known for their hospitality.
(Source: Town of Farmville Website)
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Poplar Hall is an antique shop for the bargain hunter, connoisseur and beginning collector of fine furnishings and collectables. The shop has over nine thousand square feet of European, American and Asian antiques and reproduction pieces. please visit us often, visit us on Facebook
Centered in the Heart of Virginia, the Town of Farmville is a destination for tourists. The town boast a wealth of natural, historical, cultural, recreational, and educational attractions. Come visit us in the Town of Farmville, where you will find a rich Virginia Heritage and an abundance of opportunities for fun and adventure.
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With 1840’s tobacco warehouses stocked to the brim with fine furnishings, rugs, imports, accessories, Green Front makes it easy to completely furnish your home top to bottom, inside and out.
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Historic Downtown Farmville Walking Tour is a self-guided walking tour of the Farmville Historic District. Spend a leisurely afternoon experiencing Farmville's history and unique architecture. Click here to download a copy of the map and narrative for the Farmville Historic Walking Tour, including the Jackson House where General Robert E. Lee came on the morning of April 7, for a meeting with the Confederate Secretary of War John Cabell Breckinridge, Quartermaster General A. R. Lawson, and Commissary General I. M. St. John. (Source: Town of Farmville Website)
While in town, take a moment to visit the Virginia's Heartland Regional Visitor Center, located at 121 East Third Street. The Visitor Center is open everyday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and closed on the following holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years' Day, and Easter Sunday. To request information call 434-392-1482. (Source: Town of Farmville Website)
Whether planning to visit Farmville for a overnight stay or as a vacation, the Town has several different options to meet your lodging needs. A few examples are shown here. Go to the Town's website for details: Lodging and Accomodation
300 Sunchase Boulevard, Farmville, VA 23901 Tel: 434-392-8826
2108 South Main Street, Farmville, VA 23901 Tel: 434-392-8163
2012 South Main Street, Farmville, VA 23901 Tel: 434-392-8196
2015 South Main Street, Farmville, VA 23901 Tel: 434-392-6611