Historic Preservation Fund

Thank you for helping preserve The Greenbrier for the future.

This is our second trip to the Greenbrier since it's renovation. Thanks to Jim Justice for restoring this national treasure. ~ Hank from Mandeville, LA on July 23, 2014

Located amid the breathtaking mountains of West Virginia, The Greenbrier is a National Historic Landmark and an award-winning resort that has been welcoming guests from around the world since 1778. The natural mineral springs that drew our first guests more than 240 years ago continue to lure visitors to our 10,000 acre luxury retreat today. With a guest list that includes 26 of our country’s 44 Presidents, America’s Resort has long been a favorite destination of royalty, celebrities and business leaders. The Greenbrier served as a WWII military hospital that admitted 24,148 patients, and at the height of the Cold War a top secret U.S. government relocation facility for Congress was built on property – securing The Greenbrier’s place in history.

The Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) of 6.5% is collected to preserve and protect landscapes, buildings, and amenities that have played a meaningful role in The Greenbrier’s past while carefully integrating continuous improvements for the future. The proceeds from this fund will also have an important economic, environmental, and educational impact on the resort and surrounding communities. We want future generations to be able to experience and discover their own connections to The Greenbrier.

We absolutely *LOVE* the renovations to the Baltimore A and B cottages! This was much-needed and beautifully done. Great job! Sara from Cleveland, OH on August 15, 2015

  • Spring Row Legacy Cottages: LEARN MORE
  • The Greenbrier Chapel: LEARN MORE
  • President's Estate Home built in 1912:  LEARN MORE
  • Baltimore Row Legacy Cottages built in the 1830s:  LEARN MORE
  • Preservation and improvements to Alabama Row Legacy Cottages built in the 1830s
  • Preservation and improvements to Paradise Row Legacy Cottages built in the 1820s
  • Preservation  and improvements to Louisiana Row Legacy Cottages
  • Congressional Suite Terrace restoration including roof deck replacement, new roof, new permanent awning structure and d├ęcor upgrades
  • Windsor Club and Virginia Room preservation and improvements
  • Preservation and renovation of Valley View Estate Home
  • Restoration of window treatments in Cameo Ballroom
  • Indoor Tennis Facility
  • East & West Terrace Suites built in 1931
  • Florida Legacy Cottage built in 1858
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Dorothy Draper Suite


We appreciate all of Mr. Justice's efforts at revitalizing such a wonderful and historic property. Wayne from Boston, MA on July 14, 2014


Alabama Row Cottages - Before & After


Thank you for helping preserve The Greenbrier for the future.