Green Springs National Historic Landmark District
Located on 14,000 acres, Green Springs National Historic Landmark District is part of the western piedmont of central Virginia. It is a natural basin caused by erosion of a volcanic intrusion resulting in particularly fertile soil, which has sustained grassland farming for over 270 years. On this land stands homes which represent a continuum of rural Virginia vernacular architecture, respectful of location and scene, preserved virtually unaltered from its original context.
All land in the district is privately owned, and therefore there are no publicly accessible activities. The land and buildings can be see astride US 15 in Louisa County.
Seasonality / Weather
The spring and fall are the best seasons to visit Virginia. Summers are hot and humid for most of the day and evening.
Green Springs National Historic Landmark District is privately owned, includes no public facilities, but is visible from public highways. It sits astride US Route 15 in Louisa County, Virginia.
To reach US 15 from I-95 in Richmond, proceed west on I-64 for approximately 50. Take exit 136 and go north towards Gordonsville.