Prince William County History Tour

Come join us on Sunday, June 30, 2019 beginning at 1 pm starting at the parking lot of the Ferlazzo Building for a special guided tour titled: African-American’s Prince William County: 1670-1970.

Attendees will follow along from point to point in their own vehicle and the tour will conclude at 5 pm. The Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building is located near the Intersection of Route 1/Jefferson Davis Highway and Cardinal Drive directly behind the County Police station. The address of the Ferlazzo Building is 15941 Donald Curtis Drive Woodbridge, Virginia 22191.

We will discuss the roles African-Americans contributed to the building of Prince William County from the late seventeenth century. We will visit sites which help to tell the local African-American story through the difficult times of slavery, civil war, and freedom which includes developing their own communities in the late nineteenth and the twentieth century.

Future Tours:
Sunday, July 21 – Slavery and Slave holding in Prince William County
Sunday, August 18 – Revolutionary Prince William County