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POINT OF HONOR                             434-847-1867
Fax:  434-528-0162                 
Daniel’s Hill, 112 Cabell Street, Lynchburg, VA  24505

DIRECTIONS: Rte 460-29 bypass, off at Main Street.  Go several blocks past 5th Street and cross bridge.  Rt at Seaboy Seafood, D Street. Follow signs to Point of Honor.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  Legends of duels fought for honor gave this remarkable Virginia landmark its name. Completed in 1815 by Dr. George Cabell, Sr., his Federal style mansion features carefully restored interiors that preserve the classical designs popularized in 19th century America by Owen Biddle and England's William Paine. Remarkable vivid colors and rich, stylish furnishings echo the builder's affection for entertaining in the manner which defines our own notions of Southern hospitality. Dufour's dramatic Monuments of Paris mural paper graces the parlor and compliments the glorious vista of the historic James River seen from its windows. Visit Point of Honor and experience a time of legends and elegance when America was new and Virginians were creating their enduring mark upon the land.

PARKING:  Located directly in front of Gift Shop.  Parking spaces are not marked.  Ramp nearby.

TYPES OF PATHS:  Brick and cobblestone with no steep grades.

FACILITIES:  There is increased wattage lighting in dining and meeting areas.

ENTRANCE:  Use side entrance to avoid steps.  Front-23 steps, each 6 in. in height, last 7 steps 8 in. in height.  Entry doors, 45 in. wide, easily open in with metal knob handle located 36 in. above floor.  First 5 interior steps inside lobby are curved and 8 in. in height, located in lobby to second floor of house.  Each step is 8 in. high.  Handrails.

PUBLIC REST ROOMS:  In Carriage House.  Doors are 34 in. wide, open in.  No turns to enter.  Accessible stalls have 35 in. wide doors opening in, handrails.  19 in. toilet seat height.  Accessible stall checked regularly for obstructions.  Rest rooms are identified by a raised figure with pants or skirt on door to designate men or women.

GIFT SHOP:  Aisles 34 in. wide.  Counters 30 in. high.  Clerks assist customers with special needs.  Aisles clear of temporary displays.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:   Admission fee.  Open 1-4 daily.  Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year’s Day.


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