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The Endview Plantation may have been something in the good ole days; however, it didn't look like much when we visited. Unfortunately, there was nothing there but a plain house and empty field. When we saw how little was there, we didn't even bother paying...More
I attended three re-enactments at Endview Plantation. Two Re-enactments of the Revolutionary War, and one of the Civil War. Endview does an awesome job scheduling excellent re-enactments of the Revolutionary War, Civil War WW-1, WW-2, and the War of 1812. Hope the City of Newport...More
I was very excited to have time to visit as I had seen it from the road several times. The house itself is old and interesting, however, since it has very little from the original owners they had on display items from that time period....More
I am not sure if the guide I had was new or if she was having an off day. The house is very basic and some of the rooms are decorated to highlight other aspects of the owner's life instead of for their intended purpose....More
The house is old, built in the 1700s. It is in good shape and well worth the $8 entrance fee. A good alternative is to purchase tickets for 3 local attractions, Endview Plantation, Lee Hall Mansion, and the Virginia War Museum for $18. The tour...More
Another hidden place that doesn't get much attention! We bought a combination ticket in conjunction with admission to the Virginia War Museum and Lee Hall Mansion, so that was a good deal. (Discounts are offered for 62+, so it's an even better combo deal.) Our...More
My husband and I visited Endview Plantation recently. It is a very charming house with a lot of history. Mr Green and Mike , our tour guide were wonderful. It is a gem hidden in the background of Newport News history. The tour is well...More