Sully Historic Site
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  • Hours

    11a-4p daily. Closed Tuesdays.

  • Cost

    Grounds free except for special events. Guided tours are $4 to $8.

  • Children Ages

    1 year to Adult

Sully Historic Site

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Sully Historic Site was the home of Richard Bland Lee, Northern Virginia’s first representative to Congress and General Robert E. Lee’s uncle. The house, completed in 1799, combines aspects of Georgian and Federal architecture. The Fairfax County Park Authority site is on the National Register for Historic Places and is accredited by the American Association of Museums. Sully includes original outbuildings, representative slave quarters and gardens. Tours highlight the early 19th century life of the Lee family, tenant farmers and enslaved African Americans. Year-round programs reflect Fairfax County’s history.

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