Danville Historical Society P.O. Box 6, Danville, VA 24543-0006 danvillehistory.org
Danville Historic District
Millionaires Row and the Old West End National Register Historic District boast some of the best Victorian and Edwardian domestic architecture in all of Virginia and North Carolina.
Many of the mansions built by the tobacco and textile barons of the late 19th century still stand as testimony to the wealth and power of those industries.
Tobacco Warehouse District
DHS SPEAKEASY Presents USO NIGHT - July 13
8:00 - Midnight
Elks' Lodge Ballroom
560 Main Street
In honor of the July 4th holiday, join us for as we celebrate the nation's birthday and honor the veterans who have kept us free!
Tickets: $25/single; $45/couple
Tickets will be on sale soon.
Thank you for supporting our 2012-2013 season of programming. The Danville Historical Society will resume programming in September 2013.
The Danville Historical Society
The Danville Historical Society was created in 1971 to be a prime force in the city of Danville, Virginia for the preservation of historic buildings, artifacts and other significant materials pertaining to the history of Danville throughout time. The Society endeavors to educate the public as to the significance of these items, to promote their preservation and to inspire their rehabilitation for future generations.
Danville, Virginia is located in the south-central Piedmont region of the state, right on the North Carolina border. It is surrounded on three sides by Pittsylvania County -- Virginia largest -- and by Caswell County, North Carolina to the south.
Sounds Around Virginia
Learn more about Danville and surrounding areas: history, technology, business, museums, recreation. There's a little bit of everything in more than 30 podcasts. Enjoy!
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