Piney Grove
at Southall's Plantation

A Museum of History and Architecture
Williamsburg Area - James River Plantations
National Register of Historic Places 



     - The gardens, grounds and nature trail are open
       daily from 9 am - 5 pm daily, $5 admission 
       self-guided audio tour is available through 

       the free UniGuide app.


                      Piney Grove Foundation 501(c)3






Four centuries ago this was the homeland of the Chickahominy Indians.

Two Centuries ago Furnea Southall welcomed guests to his prosperous plantation.
Today you are welcomed to step back into Virginia's past.

Piney Grove at Southall's Plantation is located off the Virginia Route 5 Scenic Byway in Charles City County - the heart of Williamsburg's James River Plantation country.  The property is a Virginia Historic Landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  This museum of history and folk architecture is part of the Virginia Civil War Trails and the Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail. 

A visit to this historic site is a wonderful compliment to Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown and uniquely affords you the opportunity to experience the past in buildings and among antiques and artifacts from the 1700s, 1800s and 1900s - All conveniently located in the quaint rural countryside west of Williamsburg, and east of Richmond.