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Hope Lodge

Hope Lodge

Visit this exquisite 18th-century Georgian home. Built for Samuel Morris, it is grand in design and includes unique collections of period furnishings, decorative arts and fine art. Programs include summer youth history camp, Evening Concerts on the Lawn, Summer Fun Sundays and 1777 Encampment Reenactment. Visitor services include guided tours of the mansion, an orientation film and museum store. Volunteer support provided by the Friends of Hope Lodge and Mather Mill.

Hours of Operation

Due to site maintenance, Hope Lodge is closed for tours.  We expect to reopen on Sunday, July 14.  Please check our website for updates.  

 

Admission Details

Events:
Check the current schedule for special events admission prices

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