Group Tour Information


Adults (Groups of 20 or more, age 12 and up): $13.00

Groups (minimum 15 guests) can arrange for special buffets to be served in the Stratford Hall Dining Room.

Bus parking available at Visitor Center and by Dining Room.

Suggested Group Itinerary
Off of Pope’s Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River, is George Washington Birthplace National Monument, which includes the heart of Augustine Washington’s plantation, the 17th century homesite of the immigrant John Washington, and the Washington Family Burial Ground. Tour the Colonial Revival memorial house and dependencies constructed in honor of the bicentennial of Washington’s birth and as part of the creation of the national park in 1932. Visit the colonial farm where George Washington was born and took his first steps and immerse yourself in an 18th century experience that includes, gardens, outbuildings, fields and heritage breed animals. Walk along creek side paths to enjoy unspoiled waterfront vistas. 804.224.1732 or

Continue your journey down Route 3 East to Stratford Hall for lunch in the dining room and a tour of the Great House. Stratford is the home of two signers of the Declaration of Independence, Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee, and birthplace of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The Georgian Great House was built in c.1738 and the grounds still encompass 1900 acres of the original land which sits high along the bluffs overlooking the Potomac River. Explore the many dependencies, formal gardens, grist mill and hiking/nature trails. 804.493.8038 or

Return back up Route 3 to Oak Grove and Ingleside Plantation Vineyards and Winery. Ingleside was built in 1834 and vineyards now cover about 50 acres of gently rolling countryside. Enjoy tours and tastings at one of Virginia’s oldest and largest wineries. 804.224.8687 or

Stop by the Westmoreland Berry Farm to stock up on fresh fruit and produce in season, and the farm’s own line of gourmet fruit preserves. Enjoy a fresh fruit sundae on their pavilion deck overlooking the Rappahannock River. 804.224.9171 or

To make group tour arrangements for Stratford only, please email or call Abby Newkirk at or call 804-493-1973.  Group tour arrangements at the other sites need to be made separately using the phone numbers or emails listed above.