What does it mean to be a British subject in the 18th century? Students and their families are invited on a private tour of the Governor’s Palace, the seat of British Authority in Virginia. Learn about what it meant to be British and how the Revolution affected the Royal Governor and his family. Suggested for ages 8 and up. Students under 18 must be accompanied by an adult with a Homeschool Admission Ticket and a Special Program Ticket.
Home Educators: Private Tour of the Palace
Brave centuries of scares, from 18th-century colonial ghost stories to creepy modern-day encounters!
Open to the Public
Rediscover Custis Square
Take a guided tour and talk with archaeologists in the field about the current archaeological investigations at John Custis IV’s four-acre home and early 18th-century gardens.
Free Event Ticket
Designing Virginia's Seal
Join George Mason and George Wythe as members of the committee to design the new seal of a free and independent Virginia.
Art Museums Admission