TICKETS & TOURS

Welcome to Stratford Hall, a National Historic Landmark and home to some of America’s most influential patriots and the only brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence, Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee.

Nestled along the Potomac River, Stratford Hall’s nearly 2,000 acres comes to life through the presentation and preservation of the 18th-century Great House, vibrant gardens, natural trails revealing breathtaking river views, and the stories of all who lived here.

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Stratford Hall Hours of Operation

Wednesday-Sunday 10am – 5pm

Self-Guided Audio Tours

Our engaging audio tours bring the social and cultural history of Stratford Hall to life. Enhance your visit of Stratford Hall with just the click of a button – experience the Great House and historic grounds, at your own pace, the stories of Stratford Hall’s former inhabitants, and the social and cultural history of the landscape and surrounding buildings. Visit any of the 28 stops you’re interested in, in any order.

Audio Tour tickets can be used anytime between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m on the date of purchase.

Stratford Hall also offers an American Sign Language tour displayed on a touch-screen device that showcases Stratford Hall’s audio tour content in ASL and with subtitles, and a map to guide visitors to all of the 28 stops.

Grounds Pass

A Grounds Pass gives you access to the hiking trails, public beach area, gardens, public grounds, Visitor Center, and Gift Shop. The pass does not include admission to the Great House and other historic buildings. The cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children. Grounds passes can be used anytime between 10am to 5pm on the date of purchase.

Friends of Stratford Hall Membership 

Members receive FREE admission to the Great House, trails, beaches, and gardens and a 10% discount on most gift shop purchases. Contact Regina Pitts, Annual Fund Coordinator, at rpitts@stratfordhall.org to learn more about becoming a member today!

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Visiting with Pets
We invite visitors to enjoy this historic site along with their pet(s). For the comfort of all our guests we ask pet owners to observe and adhere to certain guidelines. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the grounds with the exception of the following areas: Great House, outbuildings in the historic area, Visitor Center galleries, gift shop, dining room, and the Grist Mill. Pet owners must pick up and properly dispose of any waste.  Please note that service animals are exempt from restrictions.

Photography Policy
Personal photography is permitted on the grounds and in the historic buildings. Photography is prohibited in the Visitor Center. Stratford Hall asks that all guests adhere to the following rules:

  • No touching the objects, furniture, or walls
  • No flash photography, tripods, monopods, or selfie sticks inside the historic buildings
  • No recreational or commercial drone flying allowed
  • Please be respectful of fellow guests, staff, domestic animals, and wildlife

Tag your photos with #StratfordHall so we can see them!

Visiting with Pets
We invite visitors to enjoy this historic site along with their pet(s). For the comfort of all our guests we ask pet owners to observe and adhere to certain guidelines. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the grounds with the exception of the following areas: Great House, outbuildings in the historic area, Visitor Center galleries, gift shop, dining room, and the Grist Mill. Pet owners must pick up and properly dispose of any waste.  Please note that service animals are exempt from restrictions.

Photography Policy
Personal photography is permitted on the grounds and in the historic buildings. Photography is prohibited in the Visitor Center. Stratford Hall asks that all guests adhere to the following rules:

  • No touching the objects, furniture, or walls
  • No flash photography, tripods, monopods, or selfie sticks inside the historic buildings
  • No recreational or commercial drone flying allowed
  • Please be respectful of fellow guests, staff, domestic animals, and wildlife

Tag your photos with #StratfordHall so we can see them!