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Walked through with family that lives in the area. The church was closed, so a little sad we couldn't take a tour. This place is huge. Super interesting just to stroll and read head stones. If you decide to walk through, I suggest good shoes...More
They are now open on Sundays and Thursdays. Tickets are $6 each and yes, they take credit cards. We walked around the perimeter of the church with our tour guide pointing out notable graves and sharing local history. Then we went in the church and...More
clayhamner, Public Relations Manager at Blandford Church and Cemetery, responded to this reviewResponded August 11, 2018
Glad you enjoyed your visit. The museum is open Thursday through Saturday from 10a to 5p and Sunday from 1-5p.
The new visitors center at 15 West Bank Street is open the same hours as Blandford. Thank you again for taking the tour and reporting...More
The Blandford Church and Cemetery date back to Colonial Times, with the original construction of the Church being completed in 1737. The area is saturated in history with casualties from several wars.
The Church was practically destroyed during the Civil War. After the War, the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of this historic, fascinating church and its surrounding cemetery. The highlight, however, is the unparalleled set of Tiffany windows. One visit to this church and you'll really understand Tiffany's artistry and the beauty of his work. The staff of friendly...More
We are history buffs so finding a building with all Tiffany glass windows on one of
The countries oldest cemetery is cool for us. Tour is about hour long and very well informed guide. After that we wondered through the cemetery seeing head stones form...More
Fifteen Tiffany windows with a poignant purpose, to honor the Confederate States war dead. In this day, it is a hard thing to understand, but the women who made this monument in an abandoned church were wives, daughters, mothers and sweethearts of Confederate soldiers. Thirty...More
The Tiffany windows glow in the sunlight, beautiful and unique. We took a tour, which is the only way to see the interior of the church, and the guide clearly cares about the church and sharing it. The only thing wrong is that the church...More
The Tiffany windows are absolutely beautiful. There is so much history in this building and the grounds. A must see for all visitors to the Petersburg area. A few years ago, we attended a wedding in the Church and it was so romantic.
There is visitor center walking distance from the church and cemetery. The church is accessible for your mom and there are pews inside if she needs to sit down. I am not sure of the schedule of tours though. Church tour... More
There is visitor center walking distance from the church and cemetery. The church is accessible for your mom and there are pews inside if she needs to sit down. I am not sure of the schedule of tours though. Church tour is about an hour and well worth the time as it is absolutely beautiful. Enjoy and wish you mother a Happy Mother's Day from Long Island New York!