Weston Plantation will open for tours on weekends (reduced hours) beginning June 13, 2020. Saturday–10:30-3:00 p.m. (last tour 2 p.m.) and Sunday–1:00-3:30 p.m. (last tour 2:30 p.m.) For a weekday tour please call the office to set up an appointment.
The “All Manor of Things” Boutique will open Monday-Friday beginning June 8th from 10-1:00 p.m.
The boutique is having a Tent Event! Come social distance your way into great merchandise. Have a glass of wine and shop a bit. Wednesday, June 17th from 2-6 p.m. Rain Date–Friday, June 19th.
Chesterfield Library Passes are only for weekend tours
Tour Information for Weston Plantation
Last tour each day–3 p.m.
City Point Early History Museum, 609 Brown Avenue, is under renovation-No tours at this time
It is with great disappointment that we have no option other than to cancel the Weston Plantation Sounds of Summer Concert Series for the 2020 Season. This is in compliance with the temporary stay at home order due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) issued by Governor Northam on March 30, 2020, which shall remain in effect until June 10, 2020.
Susanna’s Midnight Ride: The Girl Who Won the Revolutionary War by Libby Carty McNamee
Almost five years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the American Revolution hung in the balance. In late May 1781, General Cornwallis invaded City Point and quartered his army close to Weston Manor. As 16-year-old Susanna Bolling served the British general and his officer’s dinner, she overheard their plans to capture General Lafayette and crush the American Rebellion. Under the cover of darkness, she snuck out of her house and canoed downriver past Weston. Then she grabbed a neighbor’s horse and rode ten miles to the Half-Way House to warn Lafayette. But would she make it undetected? The 2019 Virginia General Assembly recognized Susanna’s bravery, designating her birthday of December 5 as “Susanna Bolling Day” throughout the Commonwealth. “Susanna’s Midnight Ride: The Girl Who Won the Revolutionary War” is based on the TRUE story of this local heroine, whose story is just becoming known to Virginia, America, and the world.
Libby Carty McNamee has received a proclamation from the Virginia General Assembly regarding the Declaration of a “Susanna Bolling Day”