Ferry Plantation House

Ferry Plantation    

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(Reopening April 15th, by reservations!!! Book through our website!) Ferry Plantation House is a 1830 brick structure (once covered with oyster shell stucco) with a ten-room central passage plan. It's …
(Reopening April 15th, by reservations!!! Book through our website!) Ferry Plantation House is a 1830 brick structure (once covered with oyster shell stucco) with a ten-room central passage plan. It's an example of a Federal farm house, built from the brick of the original manor mansion and faces the Western Branch of the Lynnhaven River as the last witness to the rich past of the site's recorded history.

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Dec 17, 2019
If you had only time for one visit - this is the house to see. The docents (especially Gerry) are a wealth of information. The tour was packed with historic information and insights into the lives … Full review by Carol P
Sep 14, 2019
This tour was fantastic! The guide we had was very knowledgeable and accommodating. The grounds are very fascinating and beautiful. Definitely would come back! Full review by Ally C
Sep 4, 2019
Ferry Plantation may surprise those looking for a Gone With the Wind type plantation. This was a real home lived in by real people. It also served as a courthouse. The tour guides are well versed … Full review by Valerie S
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Architectural style:Federal
Opened:1830
Architect:McIntosh

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What does it cost to tour the plantation?
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$10 per person
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Answer by Amanda D · Nov 10, 2017
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