Tours on Mon-Saturday-10-4:30 p.m and Sunday 1-4:30 p.m–Last tour 3:00 p.m.
Limited tours on weekdays due to renovations inside the manor.
“All Manor of Things” Boutique: Open—Monday-Saturday 10-4:30 p.m and open Sundays 3-7 p.m. in May.
Chesterfield Library passes are only for weekend tours.
Get your tickets to our upcoming Reverse Raffle on the River being held July 31, 2021. Only 200 tickets will be sold at $50 each (admission for 2 adults). The first number drawn wins $2,500! Winners need not be present to claim prizes. Call 804-458-4682 for more information.
Lunch & Learn Series Schedule–
June 9–Richard Cheatham–Jefferson’s Personal Secretary Reports Back to His Boss after Transcontinental Expedition
June 16–Rebecca Suerdieck–Meet Marye Bucke: The Minister’s Wife at Jamestown (costumed interpreter)
June 23–Dr. Cliff Morris–Kepone to Blue Zone
June 30–Johnny Jones–Birds: Photo Collection
July 7–Scott Mauger–The Life of John Pelham: “It is Glorious to See Such Courage in One So Young”
July 14–Autumn Fesperman–Children’s Book: The Perfect Storm
July 21–Heather Lyne–Downtown Hopewell: Looking Back and Looking Forward
July 28–Ariana Calos & John Eliades–It Makes a Village: The Mail-Order Homes of Hopewell
Aug 4–Scott Williams–The Civil War on the James River
Aug 11–Jeanie Langford–Perseverance, Persistence and Tenacity: The Women of Hopewell’s Industries
Aug 18–Debbie Phillips–Elmira Shelton: Poe’s First and Last Love (costumed interpreter)
Aug 25–Libby McNamee–Dolley Madison and the War of 1812
Concerts–More concerts will be scheduled for September
City Point Early History Museum, 609 Brown Avenue, is under renovation-No tours at this time.