Video Tour

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Below is a digital version of the printed “Scottsville Historic Walking Tour” map of the historic district. Videos of each stop are being added over time.  Many thanks to the Scottsville Museum, Scottsville Library and the Spirit Walk re-enactors and organizers for their contributions.

Notes:
Private Residence = please respect property lines and privacy
* = means the location is north of the area on the printed walking map
circa” = date of construction is approximate.)

1 – The Scottsville Museum | circa 1846
(290 Main Street – Admission is free.)
10:00 am – 5:00 pm on Saturday, April through October
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm on Sunday, April through October
The Museum is also open on Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day or by appointment.

2 – Barclay House | circa 1825
(300 Main Street)

3 – The Old Tavern | 1820
(360 Main Street)

4 – Herndon House | circa 1790
(347 Main Street – Private Residence)

5 – The Colonial Cottage | circa 1732
(345 Main Street – Private Residence)

6 – Canal Warehouse | circa 1840
(225 South Street)
Photo montage of the artisans currently restoring the warehouse and their tools: https://vimeo.com/206523167

7 – Scottsville Methodist Church | 1833
(158 Main Street)

8 – Carlton House | circa 1840
(300 Valley Street)

9 – Griffin Building | circa 1840
(358-370 Valley Street)

10 – Beal Building | circa 1840
(380-398 Valley Street)

11 – Scottsville Presbyterian Church | 1827
(145 Bird Street)

12 – Old Hall | circa 1830
(354 Harrison Street – Private Residence)

13 – Scottsville Library | 1982
(330 Bird Street)

14 – Cliffview | 1908
(280 Bird Street – Private Residence)

15 – St. John’s Episcopal Church | 1875
(410 Harrison Street)

16 – Shadows | 1830
(470 Harrison Street – Private Residence)

17 – Dr. Reuben Lindsay’s House | circa 1800
(521 Harrison Street – Private Residence)

18 – Jeffries-Bruce House | circa 1838
(540 Harrison Street – Private Residence)

19 – Tipton House | circa 1838
(620 Harrison Street – Private Residence)

20 – Scottsville Baptist Church | 1840
(690 Harrison Street)

21 – Lewis House | 1850
(240 Warren Street – Private Residence)

22 – Scottsville Factory | circa 1835
(571 Valley Street)

23 – Old Apothecary Shop | circa 1832
(510 Valley Street)

24 – Harris Building |circa 1840
(474-476 Valley Street)

25 – Butler Funeral Home | circa 1832
(440 Valley Street – later the former Dew Drop Inn)

26 – Columbia Hotel | circa 1840
(410 Valley Street)

27 – Victory Hall | 1918
(401 Valley Street)

28 – Tompkins House | circa 1800
(180 Jackson Street – Private Residence)

29 – The Terrace | circa 1897
(210 Jackson Street – Private Residence)

30 – Thomas Staple House | circa 1790/1840
(240 Jackson Street – Private Residence)

31 – Old Methodist Parsonage | circa 1855
(270 Jackson Street – Private Residence)

32 – Cliffside* | circa 1835
(300 Warren Street – Private Residence)

33 – Chester* | circa 1847
(243 James River Road)

34 – Confederate Cemetery | circa 1903
(Confederate Street)
Video of Spirit Walk re-enactor of Confederate soldier: https://vimeo.com/205695648/6cd4cb9131

35 – Union Baptist Church* | circa 1865-69
(275 Hardware Street)
Video of Spirit Walk re-enactor of Ella Rush, free black woman: https://vimeo.com/205695429/b5aa81e2da

36 – High Meadows* | circa 1832 and 1882
(55 High Meadows Lane, off Valley Street – Private Residence and Inn)