Radford Visitor's Center
Sat Jul 27, 2019
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Points of interest for Mary Draper Ingles Weekend, July 27-28 include:

Ingles Farm, July 27, 10AM-3PM, 9 Wilderness Road, Radford

Mary Draper Ingles Statue, dawn to dusk, 601 Unruh Dr, Radford

Mary Draper Ingles Video Short and Exhibit, Interpretations of Daily and Military Life, Mary-related Books & Souvenirs, July 27, 10AM-4PM,  Glencoe Mansion & Radford Visitor’s Center, 600 Unruh Dr, Radford

Traveling Songs with Ricky Cox and Ingles Ferry to Newbern display, July 27th at 1PM and Swords of the Patriots, July 28, Noon-5PM (limited number of tickets beginning at Noon will be available for Ingles Tavern tour), Wilderness Road Regional Museum, 5243 Wilderness Road, Dublin

Andrew Johnston House & Giles County Historical Society, July 27 & 28, 2-3PM, 208 N. Main St, Pearisburg

Smithfield Plantation-July 27, 10AM-5PM, July 28, 1-5PM, 1000 Smithfield Plantation Rd, Blacksburg

Floyd County Historical Museum, July 27, 11AM-3PM, 217 N. Locust St, Floyd

Obelisk, Westview Cemetery, 1500 Fifth St, Radford

The Return of Mary Draper Ingles Mural at Radford Post Office, 901 W. Main St, Radford

Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story (outdoor drama) July 27 & 28, 6:30PM, 101 University Drive, Radford

July 27-28th events in the New River Valley are part of Virginia’s AMERICAN EVOLUTION™ commemoration for the 400th anniversary of key historical events in Virginia in 1619 that continue to influence America today. Wilderness Road Regional Museum, Ingles Farm and Glencoe Museum have been chosen as some of the 200 historical sites in the state that best tell Virginia’s story of democracy, diversity, and opportunity. They are included on the Virginia History app, which can be downloaded on mobile devices to lead tourists to the key sites.

Brochures with Mary-related site information will be available at Ingles Farm and the Radford Visitor’s Center.  Site information is also available at www.MaryDraperInglesTrail.com

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