• Stratford Hall
  • Stratford Hall
  • Stratford Hall
  • Stratford Hall
  • Stratford Hall

Stratford Hall, birthplace of Robert E. Lee and home to the Lee family of Virginia, occupies around 1900 acres on the Potomac River, is still farmed, has a public dining room, gift shop, research library, and visitor center. Guided tours of the original 18th-century Great House are offered, visitors can hike nature trails, walk through restored gardens, see museum exhibits, and view the cliffs from the overlook high above the Potomac. Stratford Hall’s many educational programs for school groups address a wide range of learning opportunities. The 2014 annual report focuses on the neglect of the study of history in our nation’s schools and demonstrates how Stratford Hall is connecting visitors with Virginia’s rich history and the valuable lessons we learn from our nation’s past.
View the annual report