Completed in 1769 by William Harwood, Endview has been restored its 1862 appearance. In the 1850s, the home was purchased by Dr. Humphrey Harwood Curtis, William Harwood’s great-grandson. Dr. Curtis had his medical practice at Endview from 1856 to 1861. The home was used briefly as a Confederate hospital in the spring of 1862 and was then occupied by Union forces until 1864. Endview is now a historic house museum and offers guided tours. Special events and evening programs are held year-round. Parking is free. Historic Endview is partially wheelchair accessible. There are discount tickets available for military and AAA members.
Hours of Operation
Thursday - Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Closed Major Holidays
Fees: $8 adults, $7 seniors, $6 children (7-18); Under 7 FREE, $20 family (immediate household only)
Length of Tour: Approx. 45 minutes, runs hourly 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
- Associations / Options
- NNHA Member
- African American Heritage
- Family Fun
- Historical Homes & Neighborhoods
- Meeting Facilities
- Meeting Facility Sq. Feet: Outdoor
- Banquet Round Style Seating: Outdoor
- Standing Theater Style: Outdoor
- Annual Pawpaw Festival: Aug 27; 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.