Lee Hall Mansion

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Completed in 1859, Lee Hall was home to affluent planter Richard D. Lee. One of the last remaining antebellum homes on the Virginia Peninsula, Lee Hall offers visitors a step back to the mid-Victorian period with its authentically furnished rooms, including an elegant ladies parlor. During the spring of 1862, the home was used as a headquarters by Confederate generals Johnston and Magruder. Guided tours are available. Special events and evening programs are held year-round. Parking is free. Discount tickets are 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

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  • Associations / Options
  • NNHA Member
  • African American Heritage
  • Family Fun
  • Historical Homes & Neighborhoods
  • History
  • Military
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Meeting Facility Sq. Feet: Outdoor
  • Banquet Round Style Seating: Outdoor
  • Standing Theater Style: Outdoor