Stratford Hall Plantation

Description

Experience American history on a tour of this 1738 Georgian home, the birthplace of Robert E. Lee. Still managed as a farm, the 1,600 acres was once a tobacco plantation owned by Thomas Lee and worked by slaves and transported convicts. The plantation's Log Cabin Dining Room is great for Virginia fare like ham and biscuits, crab soup, and crab cakes.

Address

483 Great House Road
Hwy 214
Virginia, United States of America 22558

Lat/Long

38.15193100, -76.83939500
Visit Website
(804) 493-8038

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