Choose Between Two Options
- $11 for a guided house tour and self-guided garden tour for two (up to a $22 value)
- $22 for a guided house tour and self-guided garden tour for four (up to a $44 value)
Tour-goers will explore centuries’ worth of artifacts and view a short film covering the site’s 400 years of history. The film is intended for adults and children of all ages.
Constructed in 1726, the Georgian mansion at Berkeley Plantation is the birthplace of Benjamin Harrison V—a signer of the Declaration of Independence and Virginia's fifth governor—and his son, President William Henry Harrison. Still featuring 18th-century details and additions––including arches later installed by Benjamin Harrison VI, a descendant of original owner Benjamin Harrison IV, under the direction of Thomas Jefferson––the house is populated today by guides dressed in period garb. These experts point out significant artifacts in the main building and give visitors a chance to explore its artfully designed and manicured grounds on their own.
98% of 263 customers recommend
“There is nothing around the plantation, so if you are bringing kids with you, make sure you bring food and water. It would be a great place for a picnic!”
“Bring a bottle of water with you and enjoy the grounds, so beautiful. The history of the place is amazing!”
“Great tour with historical significance. Eat at Cul's Courthouse Cafe nearby. ”