Gunston Hall

  • ADDRESS:
  • 10709 Gunston Road
  • Lorton, VA 22079-3901
  • PHONE:
  • (703) 550-9220
  • Details
    The 1755 Georgian-style mansion was the home of George Mason, author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights and a framer of the U.S. Constitution. Open daily 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; closed major holidays.

    Special tour and admission rates are offered to groups of 10 or more. Arrange in advance to have a guided mansion tour or a combination mansion/grounds tour package. Tours may be scheduled on particular topics such as architecture, archaeology, women on the plantation, or slave life. A wide range of school tours is also available.

  • Amenities
  • Meeting Facilities
    • Meeting Facilities
      Description
      Gunston Hall offers modern meeting facilities for your conference, business meeting, retreat, seminar, or group gathering. The Ann Mason Room, adjoining private courtyard and grounds offer your board meeting or special event a variety of networking and dining options. The Ann Mason Room features internet connectivity and audio-visual capabilities. Weddings at Gunston Hall are truly a special occasion and can include the use of The Ann Mason Room and adjoining private courtyard. The Ann Mason Room can accommodate up to 100-110 seated guest, or 150 standing. An approved caterer must be used if food, alcohol, and tents are desired. Use of the grounds for ceremony or reception may be available depending on the size of the event and time of day. For pricing, booking options, to see the facility and grounds, or with any other questions please contact our Leader of Business Enterprise, Nicole Morton at 703-550-9220 or by email at nicole.morton@gunstonhall.org Due to our stewardship and preservation of this National Historic Property, Gunston Hall Mansion is not available for rental or interior photography.
      Total Sq. Ft.
      29
      Reception
      110
      Theatre
      150
      Banquet
      110
      Number of Rooms
      1
      Classroom
      150