Through this program, archaeologists have investigated several buildings, including the detached kitchen, the washhouse, the slave/tenant house, a barn, and brick kiln. See https://riverside-landing.org/archaeology/ for more information and images.
Archaeological research at Riverside has become an important element to Riverside’s interpretation and presentation to the public. Through educational and public programs, visitors get to experience ongoing research and participate in the evolving interpretation of Riverside’s history. The information collected from the archaeological investigations is used to help understand the 19th century landscape of Riverside and to aid the interpretation and reconstruction of former outbuildings.