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Gunston Hall, Home of George Mason

10709 Gunston Rd., Lorton

Home and Grounds Visit for Two or Five Adults at Gunston Hall (Up to 60% Off)

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Guided tours through 18th-century Georgian mansion with period furnishings and historical recreated grounds

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4 days ago
Loved the walk tour, very information. Many beautiful trails to explore with a dog.
6 ratings5 reviews
March 27, 2021
Nice place
4 ratings3 reviews
March 20, 2021
Guide was very informative and the trails were fun
2 ratings2 reviews
November 13, 2020
The property sits on a great piece of land and the walking trails are lovely. The house tour was so so as the home is not furnished and the tour is very short
1 ratings1 reviews
January 1, 2021
Visited in COVID December 2020, so upstairs of the house were closed to visitors. Took the River Walk down to the river - probably 30-40 min walk though a surprisingly lovely piece of woodland. Trail is unimproved and unfit for strollers, wheelchairs. Trail could be slick in wet times. There are 2 bridges over the stream which flows over a largely sandy bottom. Expansive views across the Potomac. SIgnificant stands of Mountain Laurel, large Beech, poplar. Will definitely re-visit in the spring for this walk!
5 ratings3 reviews
August 28, 2020
The main house is under going renovations so the groupon was perfect. If I paid full price I would have felt cheated.
2 ratings2 reviews
November 14, 2019
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of Gunston Hall. The guides were knowledgeable and friendly. The house and grounds were easy to navigate. The museum was nicely arranged, informative and interactive. We loved the gift shop too!
2 ratings2 reviews
November 3, 2019
Gunston Hall, the home of George Mason, is well worth a visit. The exhibits in the visitor center about George Mason and his achievements are well done. Visitors also have the opportunity to take a tour of the home from a docent and explore various outbuildings and the grounds of the home.
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Trained guides lead tours through the 18th-century mansion’s hallways and rooms, showcasing collections of over 50 Mason family artifacts and period furnishings from Great Britain and America. Visitors also view portions of the 550-acre grounds dotted with pathways and terraces.

*Due to limited tour sizes, we recommend that you call ahead to reserve a tour time in advance. To make your reservation, please call 703-550-9220.

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About Gunston Hall

As the Potomac River flows in the distance, George Mason’s historical Georgian mansion overlooks sprawling fields, hiking trails, and a 250-year-old boxwood allée. A senior statesman, Mason laid the foundation for this site in 1755, building his new family home just yards away from the site of his grandfather’s house. Though the original 18th-century carriage roads, tree banks, and wide vistas have since disappeared, experts have reconstructed much of the property’s original splendor through archaeological digs; the written memoirs of George’s son, John; and the testimonials of kidnapped time travelers.

Today, trained guides lead guests on tours of the mansion, which features more than 50 pieces of art and furnishings detailing the life of the politician, his wife Ann, and their family. As guests learn about Mason’s role as the author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights and as an advocate of freedom of the press and religious tolerance, they walk through opulent halls and rooms designed in French modern, neoclassical, and Chinese styles. In addition to tours, the house and grounds host seasonal events such as an old-fashioned candlelit Christmas celebration, a spring kite festival, and an autumn séance to summon the Great Pumpkin.