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2019 Salubria Archaeology Public Access Days

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Historic Salubria

19173 Salubria Ln.

Stevensburg, VA 22741

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Historic Salubria
NEW for 2019: We will have TWO Public Access Day events at historic Salubria, located in Stevensburg, Culpeper County, Virginia. Salubria was built circa 1757 by the Reverend John Thompson for his wife, Butler Brayne Spotswood Thompson (widow of Lt. Governor Alexander Spotswood) and is the oldest brick structure in Culpeper County. The Germanna Foundation has owned the property since 2000.

Historic Salubria Schedule:
Friday, June 21st, 10:30-2:30pm
Friday, July 5th, 10:30-2:30pm

Visitors can stop anytime between the scheduled hours.

**We will also be doing 45-minute timed tours of Salubria starting at 11am, noon, and 1pm. A tour of Salubria is $10/person (children 6 and under free) and the grounds are free to tour. There is a 15 person per tour limit inside Salubria.

The visitor experience at Salubria will include:

-Viewing active dig/test sites
-Talking with summer interns and field school students about their experience and any findings
-Walking the grounds of Salubria
-Hands-on activities for the kids
-A tour of historic Salubria

For more info, call us at 540-423-1700 or email aabruzzo@germanna.org

We will post any inclement weather cancellations on our webpage and Facebook page.

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Historic Salubria

19173 Salubria Ln.

Stevensburg, VA 22741

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