John Marshall House
In a 45-minute tour guided by one of our trained interpreters, you’ll learn about the life and legacy of John Marshall. Engage with fellow visitors and discuss Marshall’s impact on the federal judiciary and the ways those decisions influence us today.
Walk through our Justice Gallery, a rotating exhibit space that brings current judicial topics to light through art.
Urban Garden Space
The historic Virginia flower gardens at the John Marshall House display plants found in the colonial gardens of Williamsburg and Yorktown that might have been maintained and enjoyed by the Marshall family.
Turn your visit into a day trip! We’re walking distance from several historic attractions in Richmond’s Court End neighborhood, including the Virginia State Capitol, the Library of Virginia and the Valentine. We also offer a block ticket to our historic site Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown in nearby Hanover County.
Hours & Directions
March 1 through December 29
Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Save the Date: John Marshall, the Supreme Court and the Trail of Tears
Preservation Virginia is partnering with the University of Oklahoma Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy to host, “John Marshall, the Supreme Court and the Trail of Tears,” May 15, 2019 at the Library of Virginia.Learn More
|Preservation Virginia Members||Free (Become a member)|
|AAA, Senior (60+), Military Discount||$9|
|Children Under 6||Free|
Buy a Block Ticket to visit the John Marshall House and Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown for one special price, $14!
Call ahead and reserve a special discounted rate for groups of ten or more. Group tours are available by arrangements made no less than one week in advance of the visit.
Donate to John Marshall House
Site Rental & Special Events
Meeting Space: Rent the John Marshall House, with space for up to 30 for your small group meetings and events.
Special Events: Rent our grounds for your special occasion, with space for up to 100 guests.
Group Tour Bookings
The John Marshall House is the perfect destination for groups interested in exploring the triumphs and complexities of Marshall’s personal and professional life. Our museum interpreters can create an immersive experience, just for you, that pulls back the curtain on one of America’s most influential Supreme Court Justices.
Group tours are available by arrangements made no less than one week in advance of the visit.
Location & Arrival
Metered street parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. A public parking lot is available 2 blocks away on 9th and Clay Streets.
The John Marshall House is a partner of the American Evolution 2019 Commemoration
AMERICAN EVOLUTION™ commemorates the 400th anniversary of several key historical events that occurred in Virginia in 1619 that continue to influence America today, including the first representative legislative assembly in the New World, the arrival of the first recorded enslaved Africans to English North America and the recruitment of English women in significant numbers.