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About Red Hill

Since 1944, Patrick Henry’s last home and burial site has been lovingly restored, maintained, and shared with the public. Red Hill keeps the spirit of the Voice of the American Revolution alive by inspiring a better understanding of Colonial history through supporting scholarship, conducting educational programs, and continuing stewardship of the property.

After acquiring Red Hill from Lucy Gray Henry Harrison, a great-granddaughter of Patrick Henry and the final descendant to live on the estate, the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation began the process of restoring the property and constructing a museum to house what is now the largest collection of Patrick Henry-related artifacts in the world.

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“I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”

– Patrick Henry, 1775