Built in the late 1870s, this unique, octagonal building was constructed on a site that had been given to the city in 1806 by the Bolling family. The land had long been used as a market and in fact the current building is only the most recent of four that were built on the site, the earliest dating back to 1787.
Upper Brandon plantation was part of an original land patent known as Brandon, granted to Captain John Martin, one of the founders of Jamestown.
The Thomson family offers a warm smile and vast knowledge to visitors who come to their 42-acre farm in western Dinwiddie County.
Keystone is home to 170 restored antique tractors, including ten different John Deere models that less than 200 each were built.
A family-owned working farm, Chesterfield Berry Farm offers visitors a chance to pick their own strawberries from mid-April through May, blackberries mid-June through July, and pumpkins from mid-September through October.
Tucked back in the scenic heartland of rural Dinwiddie County is a quaint, old-style berry farm: Adams Acres. At this “pick-your-own” farm market, visitors are invited to go out in the fields and pick produce to their heart’s content.
Four generations are operating a beautiful 800-acre dairy farm in western Dinwiddie County that has been operating since the mid-1700s.
This farm is “a way of life”, working with nature instead of against it. No chemicals are used; fertilizer comes from the plants themselves.