Come see Stratford Hall historic buildings and grounds decorated in holiday spirit, listen to colonial music by Ampersand in the Great Hall and drumming by Slam Stewart in the stone quarters, and step into the historic kitchen for a cooking demonstration with interpreter Dontavius Williams. Carriage rides in the historic area will be available for an additional purchase.
Stop by the Gift Shop for holiday shopping with a signature Stratford Hall Gift Basket, stocking stuffers, and much more. Visitors will receive a 10% discount in the Gift Shop and Friends of Stratford Members will receive a 20% discount on purchases.
Adults & Children ages 14 and older: $20
Children, ages 6-13: $10
Children, ages 5 & under: Free
Friends of Stratford Members: Free
Online ticket sales will close at 4 p.m. on Saturday, December 9th. Tickets will be available at the door.
Christmastide Carriage Rides
$10 per person.
Guests must also purchase a ticket for the Christmastide event on the evening of December 9th. There will be 2 carriages running, both six-seaters. Please be aware you will be sharing the carriage with other guests if you do not book the entire carriage. Please arrive at the white check in tent located at the historic carriage house/stables 10 minutes before your reservation time. Additionally, tickets will only be available the night of if they have not sold out prior to the event.
• Please contact Matt Torres, Programs Manager with any questions or cancellations. firstname.lastname@example.org (804) 493-1380
• Refunds are at the discretion of Stratford Hall. Any cancellations should be made at least 48 hours prior to the event. No shows will result in no refund. If you are late to or miss your ride time, we cannot guarantee we will be able to fit you in for a new ride time.
• A waiting list will be available for any cancellations or new openings. Please contact Matt Torres.
Ride Schedule and Route:
Guests will enjoy a 10-minute ride around the oval, loading and unloading at the historic carriage house. This schedule allows needed rest time for the horses.
Stratford Hall brings together people from around the world to experience two-thousand acres of natural and human history, preserved and presented so that we can all learn from the courageous struggles of our ancestors, taking inspiration both from what they endured and what they accomplished. There are few places in America where people can travel down small, rural roads to arrive at a vast site that preserves so many aspects of early-American life, from the Great House where the influential Lee family helped to forge a new nation, to the fields worked by enslaved Africans, to the waters of the rivers that fueled trade, to the ground, which still yields secrets about the people and animals that lived before.
Come experience this extraordinary place and learn about a layered history that began millions of years ago - a history that continues to educate, inspire, and influence Americans to the present day.
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