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Black Acre Brewing Co is an artisan brewery that brews beers in small batches and focuses on producing quality concoctions. To taste their amazing collection, opt for a brewery tour or head to the taproom to lay-back and relax for a while. Not only can you order from a great selection of drinks, but the restaurant also has on offer small plates, sandwiches and other light snacks. Street Lamp, Natural Liberty and Ghost Bees are just some of the bar menu offerings. The best time to visit is during Wednesday's when patrons can participate in quiz nights or Thursdays when they can enjoy half price on wine bottles. If you are looking for a fun, casual space, the cozy, laid-back atmosphere at the taproom won’t disappoint.
Herron is a great place for art lovers to get a taste of up and coming trends in the art world. A couple of galleries here are open to the public, and they showcase nothing but fresh work by students, faculty and others. Additionally, if you time your visit right, you might find some bargains at periodic art sales. See website for enrollment info and more.
Established in 1864, Crown Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery is set in an expansive space and is the final resting place of many notable personalities, from Caroline Harrison to Etheridge Knight. Famous poets, senators, governors, artists have all found a place at this funeral home. To commemorate the legacies of these famous personalities, Crown Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery organizes tours to enlighten both locals and tourists about their achievements and stories. Both private and public tours are conducted with varied themes. The Heritage Tour being the most popular among locals and tourists. Other tours include African Americans, Women of Crown Hill and Actors, Artists, Architects & Musicians. They also have a specialized tours for photographers. If you are interested to know the histories of iconic celebrities, visit their graves and pay respect, head to Crown Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery and get ready to be amazed by their stories.
Founded in 1954, the Hett Art Gallery and Museum commemorates the Modern Spiritualist Movement that took place in the country in the late 19th Century. It features artifacts and memorabilia of the Camp Chesterfield community that is steeped in over a century of history. On display are portraits, photographs, artwork and documents that give an insight into one of the pioneering establishments of its kind. There are also rooms for meditation and seminars.