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Drive in the country, find this historical site. Makes me want to do some reading up on Martha Washington.
A BEAUTIFUL country site to visit! On site is the grave/tomb of Arlington's Eastern Shore Custis family members, site of the Native American home, the site of the Custis colonial home, and the Old Plantation Creek alongside the property. There are several signage plats explaining the history of the two inhabitants; however, it is faded and peeling so it is... 更多
Unfortunately, this area lacks the ground maintenance necessary to keep it looking appealing to the public. The homes here are very nice and it is located on an estuary leading into the Bay.
We had some extra time one evening and decided to visit John Custis' Tomb out of curiosity. The site is located several miles off of Rt. 13, down some rural roads and in a quiet residential area. For a place of such historical significance, it almost seems forgotten. The signage is peeling and faded around the house site, where posts... 更多
Not fair to give this an average score, but there is practically nothing here. Two very old tombs with weather worn inscriptions (helpfully there are interpretation signs), and four posts which mark the four corners of the Arlington mansion house, which is otherwise a grass field. The history from here at the Arlington plantation involving General Lee and George Washington... 更多
If you would like to say you visited John Custis' Tomb, please go. Only thing there is....the tomb. Just off main road, so you wouldn't have to go out of your way.
This "off the beaten path" historical site has a lot of history of our early settlers. The "Arlington" in northern Virginia was named for this plantation!