With the help of our curators, interpreters, preservationists, educators, gardeners and all-around history buffs, we’re creating virtual experiences and gathering content to bring the sights and stories of Stratford Hall to you.


Introducing the Stratford Hall virtual tour, featuring nine stops in and around the Great House with American Sign Language interpretation.


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Tune into #TourTuesday this Spring as we introduce a new tour stop every Tuesday featuring the Great House and grounds of Stratford Hall on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. These tours are led by our Manager of Interpretation in traditional 18th-century women’s clothing, so be sure to follow along on social media for this special tour experience.




During this time of homeschooling, our free coloring pages designed by our Collections Department is a great activity for kids of all ages. Download the pages (link below) and post your photo on social media with the hashtag, #ColorOurCollections and you might just see it on our social media pages!

The Main Chamber Coloring Page

The Landaulet Carriage Coloring Page

The Chocolate Stone Coloring Page

Men’s Dressing Table Coloring Page

Anne McCarty Lee Coloring Page



We invite you to bring back the memories of paper dolls and paper cutouts from a time when paper play was a favorite pastime. Explore the material culture and styles of the Lee men and women and enslaved community who lived at Stratford Hall.

Richard Henry Lee Paper Doll

Matilda Lee Paper Doll

Caesar Paper Doll

Keziah Paper Doll



Learn about the animals that would have lived at Stratford Hall millions of years ago!

Fossil Worksheet



Learn about how the historic cliffs at Stratford Hall were formed.

Cliffs Worksheet


Click the video below to watch and learn about Rocks, Time & Fossils at Stratford Hall from our Education & Public Outreach Manager!