Agecroft Hall: Discover 17th Century England in Richmond
 

From Elizabethan England, to the banks of the James. Built in England about 500 years ago, Agecroft Hall now overlooks Virginia's James River.

 

A landmark of history, framed in beauty. Agecroft's Elizabethan knot garden.

 

England's past. Crated, shipped, and carefully reassembled in Richmond, Virginia.

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Planning Your Visit to Agecroft Hall

Fees

Program fees are $6 per student.  One adult chaperon is required for every ten students and is admitted free of charge.  Additional chaperons are charged the adult group rate of $7 per person.

Exception:  The joint Voyage to Virginia school program fees are $12 per student and $10 per additional adult (includes both Agecroft Hall and Henricus Historical Park).

Group Size

Groups must have a minimum of 10 students.  The maximum group size varies and is listed under each separate description.

Payment & Deposit

A deposit of $25 is required in order to guarantee your program date ($40 deposit required for the Voyage to Virginia program).  Payment in full is due at the time of your visit.  Checks should be made payable to Agecroft Association.  A minimum of two working days’ notice is required in order to reschedule or cancel your program without forfeiting your deposit.

Accessibility

Most education programs are at least partially accessible to the disabled.  Special needs should be discussed with Education Department staff in advance.

Lunch

While Agecroft Association does not permit picnics on the grounds to the general public, school groups may arrange to eat their lunches on the grounds or in the Education Room if arrangements are made in advance.  Lunch arrangements must be scheduled in advance.

Parking

Convenient parking is available on the grounds for motorcoaches and school buses.