State and National Historic Districts

These districts and sites are on the Virginia Landmarks Register (VLR) and the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).  These are strictly honorary listings that recognize the historic significance of a place, building, site or area and encourages but does not require preservation of the property. Listing on the registers offers limited protection from potentially harmful federally- or state-funded activities. The main benefit of being listed is that owners may qualify for state and federal rehabilitation tax credit programs and the Department of Historic Resources’ (DHR) easement program.

For more information: https://www.dhr.virginia.gov/historic-registers/lynchburg-ind-city/
 

​Historic Districts

Courthouse Hill/Downtown
Daniel’s Hill
Diamond Hill
Fifth Street
Garland Hill
Kemper Street Industrial
Lower Basin/Historic Downtown
Pierce Street
Rivermont
Twelfth Street Industrial 
Virginia University of Lynchburg

 

Historic Sites

Aviary
Carter Glass House
Centerview

Dewitt-Wharton Manufacturing Company Building
Doyle Florist Inc. / H.R. Schenkel, Inc. Greenhouse Range
Fort Early and the Jubal Early Monument
Hopwood Hall
Locust Grove
Lynchburg Hosiery Mill #1
Lynchburg Hospital (Tinbridge Manor)
Old City Cemetery
Presbyterian Orphan’s Home
South River Quaker Meeting House
Rosedale
Samuel Miller House
Sandusky House
Virginia Episcopal School

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