Sweet Briar’s historic 19th-century cabin is open to visitors for self-guided tours for the next couple of months. Researchers say the cabin was one of dozens that housed slaves on the Sweet Briar Plantation before the Civil War. This cabin is the only one that survives. The cabin was later used to house the alumnae office, a theater classroom, a coffee shop, a chapel and a farm tool equipment museum. For information on when it’s open, visit sbc.edu.