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What are the Liberty Hall Ruins?

March 31, 2010

The Ruins, as they’re called by W&L folks, connect us with our past. They are the remains of the oldest building of Liberty Hall Academy, W&L’s first incarnation at our present site in Lexington, Virginia. Dating from 1793, the Ruins are on W&L’s back campus, overlooking the IM fields and Watt Field. The view of the mountains from here is outstanding, and the area around the Ruins is popular for concerts, receptions, or just hanging out with friends playing Frisbee golf. Learn more about our anthropology students’ archaeological excavations of the Liberty Hall Ruins here.

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