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Eppington Plantation, built around 1770, was the home of Francis Eppes VI, who married the half-sister of Thomas Jefferson’s wife. Jefferson admired the plantation on the Appomattox River and visited often.
Together, the Foundation and the Parks and Recreation Department manage about 400 acres of the original plantation, to develop plans and interpret the site.
Restoration of the house has begun and while it is not open to the public on a regular basis, except on a one time basis in the fall of each year (Eppington Day), it may be seen by appointment by calling the Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Department at 804-741-4946.
Open to small groups by reservation only.
A part of the African American Heritage Trails of Virginia, Eppington Plantation is a 43- acre rural Chesterfield County historic structure and site. It is listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Built in the early 1770s by Francis Eppes VI, the frame house is a rare, almo... more »
Spend the day experiencing Colonial history at Eppington. Eppington is a circa 1765 plantation named after the Eppes family, who built the estate. House tours which are rarely open to the public will be offered. Activities include children’s games, period music and dancing, storytelling, craft demonstrations, carri... more »
Spend the day experiencing Colonial history at Eppington. Eppington is a circa 1765 plantation named after the Eppes family, whose members were major landowners and built the estate. Tours of the house, which is rarely open to the public, will be offered. Activities include children’s games, period music and dancin... more »