Morven Park

Purchased in 1903 by Westmoreland Davis, Governor of Virginia from 1918-1922, Morven Park encompasses 1,100 acres of gardens, event fields, woodlands, equestrian facilities, historic buildings, and museums. Experience all that this remarkable place has to offer including the restored Governor’s home, the Museum of Hounds & Hunting, the Windmill Carriage Museum,  the Equestrian Center and athletic field complex, and recreated huts from an original Civil War encampment site.

Morven Park is also home to many other events including weddings, corporate parties, equestrian competitions, summer camps, sports tournaments, and unique festivals. Grounds open daily 8am - dusk.   Museums open Thursday - Sunday. Hours of operation: 11am - 5pm April - October; noon - 4pm November - March. For more information please visit our website, www.morvenpark.org.

Fees

 Mansion tours: $5/adult; $3/ages 6-12 Columns and Carriages Tour: $9/adult