Annual Christmas Open House with holiday cookies,brunswick stew and hearthside mulled cider. Costumed docents give guided tours of the house and plantation buildings, decorated in colonial era. The gift shop will be offering a 10% discount on its regular shop merchandise on this special day. The Museum Shop has several new items that are perfect for gift-giving, including the Red Hill Wine collection.
Quilt raffle tickets will be available for $1 donation (or 6 for $5) during this event, and the drawing will be held on Monday, December 3rd, so plan to get in on the chance to win this spectacular queen/king hand made quilt. There will also be boxwood wreaths and kissing balls for sale. Call 434-376-2044 to reserve a wreath starting November 1st.
Patrick Henry lived in several homes, including the elegant Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, but he loved best this plantation on the Staunton River which he referred to as "one of the garden spots of the world." The great patriot, orator, and Virginia's first elected governor moved to Red Hill, his last home and burial place, in 1794. The museum houses the largest collection in the world of Henry artifacts and memorabilia.
This event is annually hosted by Patrick Henry Auxiliary and is free and open to the public.
Last Updated: 5/21/2013 9:43 AM