Sat, Apr 30|
Salubria Public Access Day
The first Salubria Open House is Saturday, April 30th! Salubria was built circa 1757 by the Reverend John Thompson for his wife, widow of Lt. Governor Alexander Spotswood, and is the oldest brick structure in Culpeper County. If you miss this one, there will be another on June 25!
Time & Location
Apr 30, 10:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Salubria, 19173 Salubria Ln, Stevensburg, VA 22741, USA
About the event
Join us on Saturday, April 30th from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm as the Germanna Foundation hosts a Public Access Day event at historic Salubria Manor, located in Stevensburg, Virginia.
Salubria was built circa 1757 by the Reverend John Thompson for his wife, Butler Brayne Spotswood Thompson (widow of Lt. Governor Alexander Spotswood) and is the oldest brick structure in Culpeper County. The Germanna Foundation has been stewards of the property since 2000.
The visitor experience will include:
- Hands on activities for kids,
- The chance to walk the grounds of historic Salubria,
- Learn more about the landscape with our staff archaeologist, Dr. Eric Larsen,
- VCU professor Dr. Bernard Means will have a table of 3D objects for visitors to handle,
- Tour inside historic Salubria.
You do not need a ticket to tour the grounds, but you will need to purchase a ticket for tours inside Salubria.