Suffolk: Museums & Historical Places

Cedar Hill Cemetery

Description: Historical site and home of The Confederate Monument. Guided lantern tours offered.
Phone: (757) 514-4130

Civil War Trails

Description: A series of Civil War battle sites also used as a path for the Underground Railroad.

First Suffolk Church Site

Description: Historical site of the first church in Suffolk.
Phone: (757) 514-4030

Glebe Episcopal Church

Description: Historical landmark built in 1737.
Phone: (757) 538-8842

Nansemond County Courthouse

Description: Historical Courthouse built in 1840 and site of Suffolk Visitor's Center.
Phone: (757) 514-4130

Obici Mansion

Description: Historic home of founder of Planters Peanuts. Currently undergoing renovation and not open to the public.
Phone: (757) 514-7250

Riddick's Folly House Museum

Description: Historic home of the Riddick Family built in 1847.
Phone: (757) 934-0822

Seaboard Station Railroad Museum

Description: Historic train station and museum built in 1885. Birthday parties available
Phone: (757) 923-4750

Southern Gun Works and Museum

Description: Military souvenirs and art.
Phone: (757) 934-1423

St Johns Episcopal

Description: Historical site in Chuckatuck Village.
Phone: (757) 255-4168

Suffolk Art League

Description: Art exhibitions, classes and workshops for all ages. Summer art camps available.
Phone: (757) 925-0448

Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society

Description: Historical Society in the area of Suffolk, VA. Occasional historical-themed events and story times for kids.
Phone: (757) 539-2781