The Pharsalia house, located in Nelson County, was built in 1814 by Thomas Massie for his son William as a wedding present. At its height Pharsalia’s working farm was part of a family owned tract in excess of 10,000 acres. Crops and products included hops, tobacco, wheat, apples, cranberries, potatoes and smoked and cured bacon and hams. The tour of the house and grounds will be led by Foxie Morgan, a direct descendant of William’s Massie’s youngest son. Bring a bag lunch if you’d like to eat on the grounds following the tour. Meet at Pharsalia at 9:45 a.m. Tour starts promptly at 10:00 a.m. Cost: $15.00. This is a Members Only Trip. Pre-registration required by March 24. Not a Member — Join Today!