Gunston Hall is the 1750s home of Ann and George Mason. More than one hundred others--enslaved people, tenant farmers, indentured servants, and wage workers--also lived there. Today, Gunston Hall is a historic site and museum dedicated to stimulating the exploration and understanding of the principles expressed by George Mason in one of America's first rights documents: the 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights.
No matter your age or interests, Gunston Hall has something for you. Take a tour of George Mason's historic home, hike scenic trails to the Potomac River, or have a picnic on the grounds. Attend a special event, or just enjoy a special day with family and friends. Gunston Hall is open every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Guided tours occur daily, from 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. April through October: tours are every 30 minutes. November through March: tours are every 60 minutes. The visitor center and the historic area are open until 5 p.m. The grounds close at 6 p.m.
Regular admission fees: Adults - $10 Seniors (60 and older) - $8 Children ages 6-18 - $5 Children, under age 6 - complimentary Members of Gunston Hall - complimentary Grounds pass - $5 Purchase timed tickets in advance online or at the door.