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, almost untouched example of Palladian form with fine Georgian interior detail. Activities include carriage rides, artifact displays, music, crafts, dancing and historic interpretation of the house and grounds. Admission and activities are FREE. Food will be available for purchase.