To learn more about the history of the Old Brick House, or if you are interested in planning a school field trip or renting out this location for events (weddings, group gatherings or other organized events), please visit the Old Brick House Foundation website at http://oldbrickhouse.org

about THE OLD BRICK HOUSE

about CONJURER'S NECK

The area including present-day Colonial Heights was made a part of "Henrico Cittie," one of 4 huge "incorporations" formed in the Virginia Colony in 1619 by the London Company. English colonists first settled in the Colonial Heights area in 1620. A small group sailed up the Appomattox River looking for clear land, and finally settled in an area where Swift Creek runs into the Appomattox River, which they named Conjurer's Neck. This confluence was formerly the residence a Native American healer (known as a "conjurer") who was thought to have cast spells over the waters.                         © Wikipedia®

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LOCATION

We are located just past Fort Clifton and White Bank Park.