• Colonial National Historical Park

    Colonial

    National Historical Park Virginia

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Colonial National Historical Park administers approximately 308 of the original 2,000 acres of Governor Sir William Berkeley’s estate, known as Green Spring. Though not currently open to the public, the complex of partial historic ruins, archeological sites, and landscape features that make up Green Spring have provided and have the potential to provide information on the life and times of Governor Berkeley and later owners and the evolution the southern plantation system. The Friends of the National Park Service for Green Spring assist the park by researching, preserving, and presenting Historic Green Spring and its history for public education and enjoyment.

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Image along the Colonial Parkway dramatizing the scenic, natural setting of the roadway

Comprised of various properties Colonial National Historical Park includes Cape Henry, Historic Jamestowne, Yorktown Battlefield, and the Colonial Parkway, a scenic highway connecting Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktown, also known as the Historic Triangle.