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Accomac, Virginia

The historic town of Accomac rests about 20 miles below the Maryland State line.

Accomac was chosen as the county seat in the 1600’s and has so much history that arguably only Williamsburg Virginia has more historic architecture in terms of Virginia’s older towns.

Some of the historic sites are the Debtor’s Prison, The Courthouse that was erected in 1899, St James Episcopal Church, The Accomac Hotel, The Seymour House, Rural Hill (The “Meetinghouse Lot”), Bloodworth Cottage, The Fletcher House, Tanyard House and many more that can be toured on the walking tour which goes for about 1.5 miles.

Accomac is said to be the Historical Jewel of the Eastern Shore and is best seen and explored by walking!

*Kirk Mariner – Off 13 copyright 2000.

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