A Rich History
Dellwood Plantation is a traditional historic plantation property, which was established in 1820. The Manor House, constructed in 1850, is situated on 106 rolling acres in beautiful Southeastern Chesterfield County, Virginia. It is conveniently located off Interstate 95, about 30 miles south of Richmond, Virginia, and is in close proximity to numerous Civil War attractions such as the Richmond National Battlefield, the Petersburg National Battlefield, Pamplin Historical Park, the Museum of the Confederacy and the Petersburg Siege Museum. Dellwood Plantation shares in the rich Civil War heritage of the Commonwealth of Virginia, having been used during the conflict between the states as a meeting place to plan war strategy by Confederate Generals and a field hospital for wounded soldiers.
Our beautiful gardens maintain their beauty no matter the season for your wedding from the first buds of spring through the colorful show of fall. If you are imagining your wedding outside among colorful flowers, acres of green grass or perhaps under the branches of our beautiful willow tree, Dellwood Plantation is the perfect location. Our grounds feature numerous opportunities for the memories and photos that will last a lifetime.