Stratford Hall


483 Great House Road
Stratford, VA 22558

Open: March through December, 7 days a week, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. January-March 1, weekends & holidays & special events only.

Admission cost:
Adults (12 yrs. and up): $10.00
Adults (Groups of 20 or more, age 12 and up): $9.00
Seniors (60 and up), AAA members: $9.00
National Trust for Historic Preservation members: $9.00
Children 6-11: $5.00
Children (groups of 20 or more): $4.50
Children 5 and under: Free

Active Duty Military: Stratford has joined the Blue Star Museum Program that allows free admission from Memorial Day to Labor Day for active-duty military personnel with ID (or spouse if deployed) and up to five family members. For more information on the program, visit Blue Star Museums. From Labor Day to Memorial Day, active-duty military personnel and family members receive $1 off of admission: $9 adults and $4 children 6-11.

A Grounds Pass can be purchased which entitles the purchaser to access the hiking trails, public beach area, gardens, public grounds, Visitor Center, Dining Room, and Gift Shop. The pass does not include admission to the Great House and other historic buildings. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children. The Grounds Pass will be valid only for the day it is purchased.

There is a Gift Shop.
The Visitor Center is handicap accessible, as is the lower level of the Great House.

Contact Name: Jim Schepmoes
Telephone: 804-493-1971

The Great House, circa 1738, and the Visitor Center feature items that bring to life the four generations of the Lee family that lived at Stratford, including Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee, the only two brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence, Revolutionary War hero “Light Horse Harry” Lee, and his son, Civil War General Robert E. Lee, who was born at Stratford in 1807.

Our collections include period furniture made in the Northern Neck. Our Visitor Center includes artifacts from the 17th century Cliffs Plantation that predates Stratford Hall. Also on display are fossils from our Miocene era cliffs.

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