Last updated: August 11, 2023
Belle Grove offers its guests a rare opportunity to see a Northern Shenandoah antebellum plantation that began in the 18th century and still is farmed today. Belle Grove’s expert volunteer docents and staff lead guided tours of the 1797 Manor House. Guided tours typically last between 45 minutes and one hour. Allow time to tour the outbuildings, visit the Museum Shop, and enjoy the landscape. Self-guided brochures of the grounds and outdoor signs interpret the property. Picnic tables on the lawn are available for visitor use spring through fall. Thank you for leaving your pets at home.
Belle Grove, Inc,, a legislated key partner, operates the plantation. Visit the Belle Grove Plantation website »
Belle Grove Plantation's expert volunteer docents and staff lead guided tours of the 1797 Manor House.
Begin your visit at the Beverley B. Shoemaker Welcome Center (in the 1918 Barn) at Belle Grove Plantation. Purchase your ticket and receive a map of the property. Plan to arrive on the hour to make your tour ticket purchase.
Tickets for tours do not require advanced reservations and are sold first come, first served.
Go online to Belle Grove Plantation for details about accessibility.