Inn on Poplar Hill

278 Caroline Street Orange, VA 22960 540-672-6840 stay@innonpoplarhill.com

Children

Well behaved, supervised children are welcome. We have a large selection of games and other distractions to keep them busy. We do ask that you let us know in advance if you plan on bringing young ones with you. The Magnolia room is the best choice for a family room. It has a King Bed and a matching twin with a hidden trundle bed. We charge $25 per night for each additional guest. Please note, unsupervised children will be given a cookie and a free kitten.

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Historic Sites

Specialty Tours offered at James Madison’s Montpelier

Montpelier Introduces New Specialty Tours!
Visitors can now enjoy three new specialty tours that will be offered daily and include visits to the mansion, as well as to less traveled locations such as the mansion cellars, Mr. Madison’s Temple, and Montpelier’s special collection galleris. Discover a new Montpelier today!

General admission ticket price for the Signature tour […]

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Behind the Scenes at Monticello

Have you always wanted to go upstairs at Monticello? These exclusive, daytime tours take you behind the scenes: to bedrooms once occupied by members of the Jefferson family on the second floor; to the iconic Dome Room on the third floor; and to the new, interactive “Crossroads” exhibition under the house. You’ll see unique interior […]

By |March 17th, 2012|Adventures, Historic Sites, Things to Do, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Behind the Scenes at Monticello

Explore the History of Orange Virginia

The Orange County area was first settled in 1714, when Alexander Spotswood (Lt. Governor of Virginia from 1710 to 1722) established Germanna as an English frontier settlement for indentured German metalworkers and their families.
In 1734 the county was established and named in honor of William, Prince of Orange, and husband of Anne, Princess Royal of […]

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Montpelier

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Orange, Virginia, Montpelier was the lifelong home of James Madison. Madison was raised at Montpelier, lived here after his marriage to Dolley, returned here after his presidency, and died here in his study surrounded by the books and papers that marked so much of his […]

By |January 29th, 2012|Historic Sites, Things to Do|Comments Off on Montpelier