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Very well presented church attached to a very good museum; docents are enthusiastic and knowledgeable; the church itself is a very rare Colonial early Church of England with rare surviving family cube-type designs, very well curated and restores where needed. This really is a historical...More
Our hosts at Hope and Glory Inn suggested we drop by to visit this 19th century church built by Virginia's famous early planter, King Carter. It is indeed a great looking building from the exterior, but we declined to pay the $5 entrance fee.
This was a special trip. The tour guide was wonderful. The architecture was phenomenal to survive since 1735. I never knew that the pews were in boxed areas with a door. A must if you are in the area. The exhibit in the welcome center...More
Tucked away in rural Virginia and in the middle of oyster country and wonderful golf courses lies this treasure. Built with the help of the King Carter family in the 1600s this old,church describes life in the colonial period. It’s architecture is remarkable with two...More
Historic Christ Church is a must see and experience. It is so much a part of the history of Virginia and King Carter on the Corrotoman River. The church has no electricity accept for the organ...no heat or AC. One can truly feel what parishioners...More