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In 1772, George Washington purchased a house in Fredericksburg, Virginia for his mother, Mary Ball Washington. She spent her last seventeen years in this comfortable home. The white frame house sites on the corner of Charles and Lewis Streets and...more
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We stopped in for a quick tour of Mary's home, and learned how she came to live and die there. The tour guide was very informative and passionate about the history. This is a quick visit, and well worth the time.
Our visit lasted about 2 hours, we were given an introductory talk by a lovely guide in full period costume, followed by a house tour. The guide was informative and brought the history of G Washington's mother to life
Ethan, the tour guide, was very professional. He was also very informative on the history of Mary Washington and the home. Amazing to learn that George Washington slept upstairs whenever he visited his mother and he visited her at the home for his blessing on...More
Your guide will provide details and a timeline of Mary Washington's life. Depending on your hostess will determine how rapidly the delivery. The house is being preserved, and is on the actual site, but over time there have been additions that make the house much...More
I thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the house. Growing up in Fredericksburg, I visited the house a few times, but sharing it with my husband and daughter was a great experience. We all learned something, and had a great experience. I especially enjoyed learning that...More
If you like history this home is a must do. Mary Washington house is a guided tour thru the original home. You learn many historical facts of the Washington family. The entry is $7 per person. Children under 3 free. No pictures are allowed insinde...More
The house is not particularly impressive, in fact it's rather ordinary, but the story of Mary Washington is quite interesting. She was an admirable and strong-willed lady who didn't consent to move to town until a flood and flu epidemic made it difficult for her...More
We were excited to see and tour the 3 places but found it being costly $7 per person for each one. Sending the day in DC and touring around without spending an dime was hard to put $126 for all of us to enjoy the...More
Date of experience: May 2018
Mary_Washington_Hous, Front Office Manager at Mary Washington House, responded to this reviewResponded 31 May 2018
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Washington Heritage Museums
This is a historical building of importance to american history but the living history presentation lacked sparkle and worked to a script delivered as a monotone monologue. The building is well presented and the staff are friendly.