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  • Patrick Henry's Red Hill

    Patrick Henry's Red Hill



    About Us

    Red Hill is the last home and burial place of Virginia's first governor, Patrick Henry. Declared a National Memorial in 1986, Red Hill exhibits the largest collection of Patrick Henry artifacts in the world and interprets the life of Henry and his enslaved people. Natural wonders such as the National Champion Osage orange tree make Red Hill a unique place in Virginia history.


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    Visitor Experience Specialist
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    The Visitor Experience Specialist (VES) is responsible for ensuring each visitor receives outstanding customer service by providing a friendly environment which includes greeting and acknowledging every visitor, answering questions, maintaining outstanding professional standards, and possessing thorough knowledge of Red Hill, Patrick Henry, Quarter Place, and exhibits in the museum and historic ...read more
    Contact: Hope Marstin