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Agecroft Hall & Gardens, Richmond

4.6
#8 of 26 in Museums in Richmond
History Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Admission Information:

$8.00 Adult

$7.00 Senior (age 65+)

$5.00 Student (full time)

FREE Children (under age 6)

$1.00 Discount for AAA members

All museum tours are guided.

Group Tours:

For group tour options, including curatorial tours, and rates contact the Manager of Tour Services 804-353-4241 x 119.



Annual Pass:

$20.00 per person

An Agecroft Hall Annual Pass can be purchased at the Reception Desk.

The Annual Pass entitles the holder to unlimited admission to the museum and gardens during regular hours of operation for one year, discounts on special programs, and 10% discount in the museum gift shop.

Museum Gift Shop:

All proceeds from purchases support exhibitions, educational programs,

and preservation efforts.

Our museum store offers a wide variety of

jewelry, clothing, gardening accessories, books, toys, ceramics, and items inspired by William Shakespeare.
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  • This place is a gem! We stopped by on Dec 29 2020 and ended up taking a self guided tour which ended up like more of a guided tour. The tour guides were amazing. So glad the guides were there as we....  more »
  • It's an amazing tale of the purchase, sight unseen, of an English manor house facing demolition, shipping the best bits to Richmond, and using all that to "rebuild" Agecroft in a somewhat altered...  more »
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  • I'm enthralled with Agecroft Hall! It's been on my "must see" list for some time. I went years ago as a kid, but I've always wanted to go back! Pulling into the gates, I was in awe of the sheer beauty of this English Tudor estate! Immaculate grounds surround the building. Through the courtyard, we entered the visitors center and purchased tickets to tour this majestic home! They give discounts for AAA members, seniors (I'm both!) and also students and military. Parking is free.
  • I suggest utilizing the full tour of the house and self guided tour of the gardens. The house is exceptionally ornate, and much more historical than almost anything else in the entire country due to its centuries old history dating back to Renaissance England. The entire tour should take you about 2 hours.

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