Constructed in 1796 using "heart" pine wooden dowels and hand-forged nails, Mahone's Tavern and Museum, is one of the oldest houses in Southampton County. Although during the 20th century, Mahone's Tavern made the transition from tavern to private residence, it's longstanding historical significance rivals that of many historical sites in Virginia.
Mahone's Tavern and Museum's historical, architectural, and archaeological recognition has earned it a place on the Virginia Landmarks Register. For all the history "buffs" who love to learn the history of the great state of Virginia and it's role in the Civil War , Mahone's Tavern is also listed as a designated site on the Virginia Civil War Trails Program. Mahone's Tavern and Museum has also been accepted into the National Register of Historic Places.
Mahone’s Tavern and Museum in Courtland, Virginia reached out to Insercorp for the redesign of their website MahonesTavern.org. They wanted an updated design to better display the exhibits and history of the well-known Tavern and Museum. Insercorp provided them with their original website design in 2014, so it was their hope that the Insercorp Team would execute a fresh and professional look for MahonesTavern.org. The new design includes updated interactive features and a responsive layout that makes the website smoother and easier to navigate through the various informational pages.
Website visitors can browse through the history of the Tavern from the story of William Mahone, to the history of the building that became what we now know as Mahone’s Tavern. The new MahonesTavern.org allows visitors to take a look at the exhibits that are displayed at the Tavern on the “Exhibits” page that now includes a photo gallery of the exhibits. Website visitors can also find out how to participate at Mahone’s Tavern and Museum through the “Get Involved” page or visit the “Resources” page to find out how they can benefit through Mahone’s educational services.