Patrick Henry's Scotchtown
In a 45-minute tour guided by our trained interpreters, you’ll learn about the life and legacy of Patrick Henry. Engage with fellow visitors and discuss Henry’s ideals of liberty, human rights and revolution, and the ways those ideas influence us today.
In addition to our regular museum tour, we will begin offering our special “Patrick Henry: Champion of Religious Freedom,” tour Sundays at 2:30 p.m. on October 7. Our interpreters will take guests through Henry’s journey as a defender of religious freedom in colonial America. Tickets can be purchased in advance through Eventbrite:
Walk through our two-room exhibit that showcases Henry’s legacy and then stroll the grounds and outbuildings. Meet our sheep, Lady Flufferface, Winston, Studley and Charles “Charlie” Chiswell.
Cell Phone Tour
Tour the grounds even when we’re closed with a guided cell phone tour.
Pack a lunch and eat under our covered pavilion. We have 12 picnic tables that seat up to 50 people. Recharge your phone while you eat; electrical outlets are available.
Hours & Directions
March 2 through December 30
Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m
Homeschoolers Hands-on History Camp
Attention parents of homeschoolers! Registration is open for our Homeschoolers Hands-on History Camp November 8 and 9.
|Preservation Members||Free (Become a member)|
|AAA, Senior (60+), Military Discount||$9|
|Children under 6||Free|
Buy a Block Ticket to visit Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown and the John Marshall House 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 Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown
Site Rental & Special Events
Meeting Space: Rent our Community Center, with space for up to 25 for your small group meetings and events.
Special Events: Reserve space in our outdoor covered
pavilion or rent our grounds for your special occasion!
Group Tour Bookings
Group tours are available by arrangements made no less than one week in advance of the visit.