Location of Prince William County in Virginia
Location of Prince William County in Virginia

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Prince William County, Virginia.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Prince William County, Virginia, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.[1]

There are 45 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 13, 2022.[2]

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Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Bel Air
Bel Air
February 26, 1970
(#70000823)
General Washington Dr.
38°38′26″N 77°21′47″W / 38.640556°N 77.363056°W / 38.640556; -77.363056 (Bel Air)
Woodbridge Historic plantation manor house built c. 1740 by Charles Ewell. It was the home of Mason Locke Weems (1759 – 1825), the first biographer of George Washington and the creator of the cherry tree story ("I cannot tell a lie, I did it with my little hatchet"). It is one of the few remaining colonial era plantation homes in northern Virginia.
2 Ben Lomond
Ben Lomond
July 30, 1980
(#80004214)
Northwest of Manassas at 10914 Sudley Manor Dr.[6]
38°47′20″N 77°30′23″W / 38.788750°N 77.506389°W / 38.788750; -77.506389 (Ben Lomond)
Bull Run
3 Beverley Mill
Beverley Mill
February 23, 1972
(#72001411)
Junction of State Route 55 and Beverleys Mill Rd.
38°49′28″N 77°42′38″W / 38.824583°N 77.710417°W / 38.824583; -77.710417 (Beverley Mill)
The Plains
4 Brentsville Courthouse and Jail
Brentsville Courthouse and Jail
August 18, 1989
(#89001060)
12239 and 12249 Bristow Rd.
38°41′23″N 77°30′00″W / 38.689722°N 77.500000°W / 38.689722; -77.500000 (Brentsville Courthouse and Jail)
Brentsville
5 Brentsville Historic District
Brentsville Historic District
December 21, 1990
(#90001829)
Roughly Bristow Rd. from Old Church Rd. to Isaac Walton Rd.
38°41′23″N 77°30′06″W / 38.689722°N 77.501667°W / 38.689722; -77.501667 (Brentsville Historic District)
Bristow
6 Broad Run-Little Georgetown Rural Historic District
Broad Run-Little Georgetown Rural Historic District
April 21, 2016
(#16000205)
Roughly bounded by The Plains, Bull Run Mountains, State Route 55, Bust Head Rd., and Hopewell Rd.
38°49′28″N 77°42′37″W / 38.824444°N 77.710278°W / 38.824444; -77.710278 (Broad Run-Little Georgetown Rural Historic District)
Broad Run Extends into Fauquier County; only a small portion is in Prince William County.
7 Buckland Historic District
Buckland Historic District
June 17, 1988
(#88000681)
7980-8205 Buckland Mill Rd. and 16206, 16208, 16210, and 16211 U.S. Routes 15/29; also parts of Buckland Mill and Cerro Gordo Rds., and U.S. Routes 15/29
38°46′50″N 77°40′29″W / 38.780556°N 77.674722°W / 38.780556; -77.674722 (Buckland Historic District)
Buckland Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase of March 27, 2008
8 Cabin Branch Pyrite Mine Historic District
Cabin Branch Pyrite Mine Historic District
December 12, 2002
(#02001517)
Prince William Forest Park
38°34′39″N 77°21′13″W / 38.577500°N 77.353611°W / 38.577500; -77.353611 (Cabin Branch Pyrite Mine Historic District)
Triangle
9 Camp French November 12, 2008
(#08001055)
Fuller Rd. on the Medal of Honor Golf Course[7]
38°31′48″N 77°18′20″W / 38.530000°N 77.305556°W / 38.530000; -77.305556 (Camp French)
Marine Corps Base Quantico
10 Commanding General's Quarters, Quantico Marine Base
Commanding General
July 17, 2009
(#09000540)
100 block of Neville Rd. at Quantico Marine Base
38°31′36″N 77°18′01″W / 38.526667°N 77.300278°W / 38.526667; -77.300278 (Commanding General's Quarters, Quantico Marine Base)
Quantico
11 Davis-Beard House
Davis-Beard House
November 9, 1989
(#89001794)
10726 Bristow Rd.
38°43′24″N 77°32′13″W / 38.723472°N 77.536944°W / 38.723472; -77.536944 (Davis-Beard House)
Bristow
12 Effingham
Effingham
November 9, 1989
(#89001793)
14103 Aden Rd.
38°38′17″N 77°31′20″W / 38.638056°N 77.522167°W / 38.638056; -77.522167 (Effingham)
Aden
13 Evergreen
Evergreen
March 27, 2008
(#08000247)
15900 Berkeley Dr.
38°53′02″N 77°39′42″W / 38.883889°N 77.661667°W / 38.883889; -77.661667 (Evergreen)
Haymarket
14 Freestone Point Confederate Battery
Freestone Point Confederate Battery
August 18, 1989
(#89001059)
At the Potomac River off Neabsco Rd. in Leesylvania State Park
38°35′34″N 77°14′57″W / 38.592778°N 77.249167°W / 38.592778; -77.249167 (Freestone Point Confederate Battery)
Woodbridge
15 Goodwill Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 1
Goodwill Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 1
June 12, 1989
(#89000456)
Off State Route 234 west of Interstate 95
38°35′49″N 77°21′23″W / 38.596944°N 77.356389°W / 38.596944; -77.356389 (Goodwill Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 1)
Triangle
16 Greenwich Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
Greenwich Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
August 18, 1989
(#89001065)
9510 Burwell Rd.
38°44′56″N 77°38′52″W / 38.748889°N 77.647778°W / 38.748889; -77.647778 (Greenwich Presbyterian Church and Cemetery)
Greenwich
17 The Lawn
The Lawn
October 30, 1989
(#89001798)
15027 State Route 215
38°44′59″N 77°38′43″W / 38.749722°N 77.645278°W / 38.749722; -77.645278 (The Lawn)
Nokesville
18 Leesylvania Archeological Site (44PW7)
Leesylvania Archeological Site (44PW7)
September 13, 1984
(#84003565)
Leesylvania State Park[8]
38°35′39″N 77°15′21″W / 38.594167°N 77.255833°W / 38.594167; -77.255833 (Leesylvania Archeological Site (44PW7))
Dumfries
19 Locust Bottom
Locust Bottom
February 11, 1991
(#89001796)
2520 Logmill Rd.
38°53′38″N 77°38′27″W / 38.893750°N 77.640833°W / 38.893750; -77.640833 (Locust Bottom)
Haymarket
20 Manassas National Battlefield Park
Manassas National Battlefield Park
October 15, 1966
(#66000039)
Less than 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Gainesville, approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Manassas off State Route 215
38°48′46″N 77°31′18″W / 38.812778°N 77.521667°W / 38.812778; -77.521667 (Manassas National Battlefield Park)
Gainesville Extends into Fairfax County
21 Mawavi Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 2
Mawavi Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 2
June 12, 1989
(#89000457)
Off Joplin Rd. west of Interstate 95
38°34′53″N 77°24′57″W / 38.581389°N 77.415833°W / 38.581389; -77.415833 (Mawavi Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 2)
Triangle
22 Mitchell's Ford Entrenchments
Mitchell
August 8, 1989
(#89001064)
Bull Run east of Manassas Park[9]
38°47′45″N 77°27′13″W / 38.795833°N 77.453611°W / 38.795833; -77.453611 (Mitchell's Ford Entrenchments)
Manassas Park Near Manassas Park, but in the county
23 Moor Green
Moor Green
November 17, 1978
(#78003039)
1.3 miles (2.1 km) north of Brentsville off Lucasville Rd.
38°42′26″N 77°29′47″W / 38.707222°N 77.496389°W / 38.707222; -77.496389 (Moor Green)
Brentsville
24 Mt. Atlas
Mt. Atlas
October 30, 1989
(#89001799)
4105 Mt. Atlas Ln.
38°52′07″N 77°39′46″W / 38.868611°N 77.662778°W / 38.868611; -77.662778 (Mt. Atlas)
Haymarket
25 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church and Cemetery
Mount Pleasant Baptist Church and Cemetery
February 19, 2021
(#100006159)
15008 Lee Hwy.
38°47′23″N 77°38′17″W / 38.7897°N 77.6381°W / 38.7897; -77.6381 (Mount Pleasant Baptist Church and Cemetery)
Gainesville
26 Nokesville Truss Bridge
Nokesville Truss Bridge
April 15, 1978
(#78003040)
Northeast of Nokesville on Aden Rd.
38°42′25″N 77°33′52″W / 38.706944°N 77.564444°W / 38.706944; -77.564444 (Nokesville Truss Bridge)
Nokesville
27 Occoquan Historic District
Occoquan Historic District
October 6, 1983
(#83004255)
Roughly bounded by the Occoquan River, Center Lane, Washington St., and the western end of Mill St.
38°41′02″N 77°15′41″W / 38.683889°N 77.261389°W / 38.683889; -77.261389 (Occoquan Historic District)
Occoquan
28 Old Hotel
Old Hotel
November 12, 1969
(#69000273)
U.S. Route 1
38°34′09″N 77°19′23″W / 38.569028°N 77.323028°W / 38.569028; -77.323028 (Old Hotel)
Dumfries
29 Old Town Hall and School
Old Town Hall and School
March 1, 2011
(#11000063)
15025 Washington St.
38°48′44″N 77°38′14″W / 38.812361°N 77.637361°W / 38.812361; -77.637361 (Old Town Hall and School)
Haymarket Now the Haymarket Museum
30 Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers
Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers
August 8, 1989
(#89001061)
Both sides of Bull Run just east of Manassas Park[10]
38°46′36″N 77°25′19″W / 38.776667°N 77.421944°W / 38.776667; -77.421944 (Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers)
Manassas Park Extends into Fairfax County
31 Orenda/SP-26 Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 3
Orenda/SP-26 Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 3
June 12, 1989
(#89000458)
Off Joplin Rd. west of Interstate 95
38°33′48″N 77°21′34″W / 38.563333°N 77.359444°W / 38.563333; -77.359444 (Orenda/SP-26 Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 3)
Triangle
32 Park Gate
Park Gate
April 3, 1987
(#87000580)
11508 Park Gate Dr.
38°40′45″N 77°32′38″W / 38.679167°N 77.543889°W / 38.679167; -77.543889 (Park Gate)
Nokesville
33 Pilgrim's Rest
Pilgrim
October 30, 1989
(#89001797)
14102 Carriage Ford Rd.; also 2101 Belmont Grove Rd.
38°39′00″N 77°35′34″W / 38.650000°N 77.592778°W / 38.650000; -77.592778 (Pilgrim's Rest)
Nokesville Belmont Grove represents a boundary increase of January 16, 2004
34 Pleasant Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 4
Pleasant Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 4
June 12, 1989
(#89000459)
Off State Route 234 west of Interstate 95
38°35′25″N 77°21′18″W / 38.590278°N 77.355°W / 38.590278; -77.355 (Pleasant Historic District, Chopawamsic RDA Camp 4)
Triangle
35 Prince William County Courthouse
Prince William County Courthouse
February 11, 2004
(#04000039)
9248 Lee Ave.
38°45′09″N 77°28′34″W / 38.752500°N 77.476111°W / 38.752500; -77.476111 (Prince William County Courthouse)
Manassas In a small county enclave surrounded by the city of Manassas
36 Prince William Forest Park Historic District
Prince William Forest Park Historic District
April 3, 2012
(#12000179)
18100 Park Headquarters Rd.
38°33′36″N 77°20′50″W / 38.560000°N 77.347222°W / 38.560000; -77.347222 (Prince William Forest Park Historic District)
Triangle
37 Quantico Marine Corps Base Historic District
Quantico Marine Corps Base Historic District
March 26, 2001
(#01000260)
Marine Corps Base Quantico
38°31′20″N 77°17′24″W / 38.52222°N 77.290000°W / 38.52222; -77.290000 (Quantico Marine Corps Base Historic District)
Quantico Extends into Stafford County
38 Rippon Lodge
Rippon Lodge
July 2, 1971
(#71000988)
0.8 miles (1.3 km) south of the junction of U.S. Route 1 and Rippon Boulevard
38°36′53″N 77°16′42″W / 38.614722°N 77.278333°W / 38.614722; -77.278333 (Rippon Lodge)
Woodbridge
39 Rising Hill Camp November 12, 2008
(#08001057)
West of the junction of Neville Rd. and Draper St.[11]
38°31′25″N 77°17′53″W / 38.523611°N 77.298056°W / 38.523611; -77.298056 (Rising Hill Camp)
Marine Corps Base Quantico
40 Rockledge
Rockledge
June 25, 1973
(#73002051)
Telegraph Rd.
38°41′06″N 77°15′44″W / 38.685000°N 77.262361°W / 38.685000; -77.262361 (Rockledge)
Occoquan
41 St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul
January 20, 1975
(#75002031)
Off State Route 55
38°48′38″N 77°38′21″W / 38.810417°N 77.639167°W / 38.810417; -77.639167 (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
Haymarket
42 Signal Hill
Signal Hill
August 8, 1989
(#89001062)
9301 Signal View Rd.
38°45′05″N 77°26′18″W / 38.751389°N 77.438333°W / 38.751389; -77.438333 (Signal Hill)
Manassas Near Manassas, but east of the city limits. Across from Signal Hill Park.
43 Thoroughfare Gap Battlefield
Thoroughfare Gap Battlefield
November 18, 1999
(#99001374)
Junction of Interstate 66 and State Route 55
38°49′27″N 77°42′30″W / 38.824139°N 77.708333°W / 38.824139; -77.708333 (Thoroughfare Gap Battlefield)
Broad Run Extends into Fauquier County
44 Weems-Botts House
Weems-Botts House
May 12, 1975
(#75002029)
Southwestern corner of the junction of Duke and Cameron Sts.
38°34′07″N 77°19′45″W / 38.568611°N 77.329167°W / 38.568611; -77.329167 (Weems-Botts House)
Dumfries
45 White House
White House
October 30, 1989
(#89001795)
12320 Bristow Rd.
38°41′19″N 77°29′58″W / 38.688611°N 77.499444°W / 38.688611; -77.499444 (White House)
Brentsville

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved May 13, 2022.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form (Ben Lomond)" (PDF).
  7. ^ Haynes, John H., Jr. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Camp French. National Park Service, 2005-07-22, 39.
  8. ^ Jones, Frances. Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission Survey Form: Fairfax House Site. January 1980, 6.
  9. ^ Prince William County 2008 Comprehensive Plan High Sensitivity Areas and County Registered Historic Sites, Prince William County, 2009-03-11. Accessed 2017-01-18.
  10. ^ Myers, L. Daniel. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Orange and Alexandria Railroad Bridge Piers. National Park Service, 1989-05, 11.
  11. ^ Haynes, John H., Jr. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Rising Hill Camp - 44PW1412. National Park Service, 2005-07-22, 13.