Visit the historic 18th century Hanover Courthouse where Patrick Henry argued the famous Parson's Cause case in 1763. In continuous use since its construction in the early 1740's the courthouse has survived damage from both the American Revolution and the Civil War. Used for trials until the 1970's today it is the site of ceremonial county occasions, meetings and weddings. Working with the county and the Hanover Tavern the Hanover County Historical Society provides tours by appointment.
- Hours (General Information): Tours by appointment only.
- Attraction Fee: Free.
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