Uncover the stories of women who engaged with the highest levels of colonial law and government as victims and active participants—even criminals. See how their cases as abandoned wives and convicted felons shaped 18th-century law and shed light on women's roles in Virginia society. Tours every 20-30 minutes.
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Women and the Law tours
An aspiring young writer persuades her siblings and friend into performing a double bill of mystery and comedy for her father within the family parlor.
A Public Audience with the 4th President, James Madison
Join President James Madison as he reflects on the invention of the executive branch of the United States.
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.