331 Bank St, Norfolk Virginia
This mansion was built in the Federal style, two stories high, with an elegant fanlight under the eaves. A mezuzah is displayed on its door post and the majority of the furnishings inside the house belonged to the original owners.
The Myers family were some of the first Jews to settle in Norfolk, this mansion was owned by the Myers family until 1929. During Chanukah the menorah is lit as testimony of the world's first struggle for religious liberty.
Other History nearby:
(Surry) Bacon's Castle
(Williamsburg) Bassett Hall
(Williamsburg) Bruton Parish Church
(Virginia Beach) Cape Henry Memorial
(Williamsburg) Carter's Grove
01/23 Coming to The Norfolk area
Hampton Roads Greek Festival Hampton Roads VA May30-June2 Winner of the Peninsula Gold Award for best outdoor festival in 2012.
Virginia Pork Festival Emporia VA June12 The Virginia Pork Festival is one of the East Coast's largest food festivals, combines outstanding pork dishes with continuous live music from multiple stages.
66th Annual Hard Crab Derby Crisfield MD August30-September1 Held at the Somers Cove Marina. Crab Races, Crab Cooking Contest, Crab Picking contest, Parade, Skiff Races, Boat Docking Contest, Crafts, Carnival, Games, Swim Meet, Entertainment, Fresh Seafood
Richmond's Original Italian Street Festival Richmond VA September28-29 Richmond's 17th Street Market will be magically transformed into an authentic Italian village for this year’s 8th Annual Italian Festival.
St. Mary's County Oyster Fest Leonardtown MD October19-20 Oysters served up raw, scalded, grilled on the barbie, on bread, on the half shell, stewed, nude, cooked in savory sauces, in salads, even in desserts, just about every way imaginable and then some.