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If you enjoy learning about history & sharing it with others, volunteering at Lee Hall Mansion may be right for you

Group Tours

Groups of all ages will learn about the Lee family and the role this home played during the Civil War.

Description

 

Built between 1851 and 1859, Lee Hall Mansion was home to affluent planter Richard Decauter Lee. One of the last remaining antebellum homes on the Virginia Peninsula, Lee Hall offers visitors a step back to the mid-Victorian period.

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General Admission

$8 adults

$7 seniors

$6 children (7-18)

 Hours of Operation

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the city is enhancing its social distancing measures. The following actions are effective immediately, and will remain in effect at least through Sunday, March 29.

All city offices, facilities and buildings are closed to the public. This includes city hall, offices at city center, Treasurer’s Office, Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office, Voter Registrar’s Office, Visitor Center, public libraries, recreation centers, and senior centers. All city sponsored events, programs, classes and activities scheduled during this time are canceled. 

Thursday-Saturday:

10 AM to 4 PM

Sunday: 1 PM to 5 PM

Detailed Operation Hours

Calendar of Events

June 20, 2020
Journey back to seventeenth-century Virginia to learn about the Chesapeake voyage.
July 18, 2020
Follow the route of General Grant’s forces south from the North Anna River to the James River.
December 3, 2020 - January 3, 2021
Learn about holiday customs and traditions while touring the Mansion.
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