Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tappahannock

1648 Tappahannock Boulevard, Tappahannock, Virginia, 22560, United States
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St. Margaret's HallSt. Margaret's Hall

Old Essex County courthouseOld Essex County courthouse

Travel Tips for Tappahannock

Historic Downtown Walking Tour

by grandmaR

The map of the walking tour and additional information is on the Essex County website.

This brick largely Greek Revival church was originally the Courthouse. The steeple and front entrance was added later. In 1774, three Baptist preachers (John Waller, Robert Ware and John Shackelford) were tried an convicted of preaching the Scriptures, contrary to the law at that time. It is somewhat ironic that when the church was formed on October 30, 1875, with nine charter members that it was this same courthouse that was purchased for the home of the church. The first pastor was the Rev. Frank Brown Beale, for whom the church was later named. The Tappahannock Historic Town Walking Tour is designed to take you back to the 17th, 18th and 19th century buildings all located within 3 blocks of one another in the central downtown area. The numbers are not in chronological sequence. For a little more exercise, this sequence follows the evolution of the historic district:

3. Scots Arms Tavern - 1680
4. Ritchie House - 1706
8. Henley House (Emerson's Ordinary) - 1718
1. Beale Memorial Baptist Church - 1728
10. Anderton House - 1760
11. McCall-Brockenbrough House - 1763
5. The Old Debtor's Prison - 1769
2. Customs House - 1800
7. The Old Clerk's Office - 1808
6. Essex County Courthouse - 1848
13. St. John's Episcopal Church - 1849
12. St. Margaret's Hall - 1850
9. Roane-Wright-Trible House - 1850

Northern Neck

by b1bob

Tappahannock is known as the gateway to the Northern Neck. In many ways, Tappahannock has more in common with the Northern Neck than many other towns on this side of the Rappahannock. Within an hour's drive of Tappahannock are the small towns in the Northern Neck, which, like Tappahannock, thrive on fishing and tourism. Points of interest in the Northern Neck include the houses on Cockrell Bay in Reedville, the historic towns of Lancaster and Warsaw, the birthplaces of both George Washington and Robert E. Lee in Westmoreland County. Locals stay there and people make holiday there because the Northern Neck seems a world away from Richmond, Norfolk, and Washington. The towns in the Northern Neck are so small, residents and holidaymakers have to go all the way to Tappahannock to shop at Wal-Mart or go to a movie.

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Address: 1648 Tappahannock Boulevard, Tappahannock, Virginia, 22560, United States