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Lee Hall Mansion is one of the last outstanding antebellum homes on the Virginia Peninsula, with over 12 acres of land. Lee Hall is a historic brick plantation house that was built during the period from 1848 to 1859. Lee Hall Mansion is an Italianate residence built by the prominent planter Richard Decatur Lee for his family. The mansion is an architectural gem on Virginia's Lower Peninsula and has been restored and decorated to reflect its pre-war splendor. The mansion offers visitors a step behind the mid-Victorian period with its authentically furnished rooms, including a beautiful ladies parlor. The mansion includes access to the Peninsula Campaign Gallery and a guided tour of the historic house. The mansion had a natural and commanding view of the countryside. Confederate generals Joseph E. Johnston and John B. Magruder used the mansion as headquarters during American Civil War in 1862. Lee Hall Mansion offers free parking and a gift shop. Wheelchair access is available.
Seniors (62 & above) $7
Children (ages 7-18) $6
Family (immediate household only) $20