Located in the heart of historic Gloucester Courthouse
The inviting restaurants, village shops and museums of historic Gloucester Courthouse are daily reminders that Sanders is located in one of the most unique and welcoming small towns in Virginia.
The Gloucester Museum of History, for example, is located in one of the few surviving pre-revolutionary roadside taverns in the country. Exhibits cover the five million years leading up to and including the Civil War. The area is also host to many festivals including the Gloucester County Fair and annual Renaissance Festival. The most famous, however, is the early spring Daffodil Festival, at which literally thousands of different daffodils are on display and on parade. Local daffodil farms date back to the earliest settlers who brought bulbs with them as reminders of home. By the 19th century, Gloucester County was widely known as "The Daffodil Capital of America." To learn even more about Gloucester's amazing daffodils, visit:
Sanders is also just minutes from historic Williamsburg, Virginia, and all the cultural and educational opportunities at the College of William and Mary. To see and learn even more about this amazing area, visit: